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EDITOR 
Constance Casto 

BUSINESS MANAGER 

William Hockman 

PHOTOGRAPHER 
Norman Moore 

ADVISOR 

Dudley W. G. Gordon 




Potomac State College— One of West Virginia's Stars in 
Education for over Half a Century 



POTOMAC STATE COLLEGE 

of 

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

Keyser, West Virginia 








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THE SPIRIT OF THE CENTENNIAL PRESIDES AT POTOMAC STATE . . . 
West Virginia Celebrates its One Hundredth Year . . . 

Potomac State College Celebrates its Sixty-Second Year . 




ALUMNI FLOAT SYMBOLIZES YESTERDAY, TODAY, AND TOMORROW 



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'LEST WE FORGET!" DEFENDERS OF TODAY AND TOMORROW 







OUR TOWN— KEYSER, WEST VIRGINIA— FOUNDED 1874 




CAMPUS FROM THE MOUNTAIN BEHIND THE FIELD HOUSE 







TOWN RESERVOIR IN THE MOUNTAINS 



AS THE STATE HAS GROWN 




Administration Building — Completed 1919 




Davis Hall Dormitory — Erected 1919 



SO HAS POTOMAC STATE 





Science Hall — Dedicated 1951 




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Memorial Hall — Opened 1957 




Campus View of Reynolds Hall — Erected 1925 




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Campus View — New Dining Hall in Background — Opened, 1957 



Our New Library Opened Officially Fall Term, 1961. 




OUR NEW 

ARMORY 

OPENED, 

1961 



FRIEND 

HALL 

DEDICATED 

1963 



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Buildings Not Shown 

Gymnasium 1928 

Student Center 1947 

Music Building 1948 

Psychology Building . . 1951 
Stayman Field House . 1958 




President Church Breaks Ground for Friend Hall 




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Professor A. K. VanScoy 



DEDICATION 



To A. K. VanScoy, head of the Depart- 
ment of Physics of Potomac State College, 
for a lifetime of service to education, the 
1963 Catamount is dedicated. 

"A. K.", as Professor VanScoy is affec- 
tionately known, has contributed much to 
the growth of his adopted community, and 
to the training of young men and women 
who enter his classroom he has been a con- 
stant inspiration, and his students have con- 
sidered it a privilege to know him. 

"A. K." is a superb teacher, understand- 
ing and capable, and his devotion to true 
scholarship has gained the respect and 
admiration of his fellow teachers and stu- 
dents. 




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'A. K." Ponders the Question 




Dr. Ernest E. Church 
PRESIDENT 

One hundred years ago, out of the distress and 
bitterness of civil strife, West Virginia became 
the thirty-fifth state to be admitted to the 
Union. Nineteen hundred sixty-three marks one 
hundred years of growth and development from 
infancy to the full stature of statehood! Prob- 
ably the greatest force in this development has 
been the contribution of our schools, colleges, 
and universities, for without an enlightened 
citizenry there cannot be a progressive and en- 
lightened state. Potomac State, as a member of 
the family of colleges, salutes West Virginia in 
this centennial year. Even as THE CATA- 
MOUNT strives for greater excellence each year, 
so the college pledges its best efforts in building 
a better and a brighter future for the proud 
state of West Virginia. 



We join the State of West Virginia in cele- 
brating its centennial. As citizens, we will be 
watching with interest a review of the events 
which have been responsible for its growth and 
development. We are assured that the leadership 
of well trained men and women has been re- 
sponsible for its status today. Many of these 
leaders are the product of our educational sys- 
tem. 

Potomac State College is proud of her many 
alumni who have been a part of this develop- 
ment. She, too, during the past sixty-one years, 
has grown from a preparatory school to the one 
and only full fledged junior college in West 
Virginia which is state supported. 

Depicted in this 1963 CATAMOUNT are many 
students who will lead our state tomorrow — 
"Montani Semper Liberi!" 

Mr. Kirkland S. McKee 



DEAN 




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Mr. David G. Nuzum 

DIRECTOR OF 

STUDENT AFFAIRS 

West Virginia's Centennial Year marks a 
century of progress. The Mountaineer State 
may be said to have seceded twice: "with" and 
"from" Virginia. West Virginia in 1963, girded 
for action, promises the nation to exhibit con- 
tinual, economic and social growth. The sesquicen- 
tennial birthday of A.D. 2013 prompts the prog- 
nostication that Potomac State, while remaining 
a junior college, will have a student body of 
3000, the two years of higher education being 
'given gratis by the state. 

The office of Director of Student Affairs, in 
providing the mortar to stabilize the verities 
of scholastic endeavor, strives to deepen char- 
acter integrity and to be the proverbial grind- 
stone by which students sharpen intellectual, 
social, and moral judgment. 





As we celebrate the centennial of our state and 
complete the sixty-first year of our college, tri- 
bute is paid to women who have contributed to 
the success of both. 

Women have had the opportunity of higher 
education, mainly during this century. College 
records reveal that they have merited this recog- 
nition by academic excellence and valuable serv- 
ice in every phase of college life. Further re- 
search shows that they have utilized their train- 
ing effectively in home, community, state, and 
nation. 

May West Virginia's motto, "Montani Semper 
Liberi," be the guide for greater achievements 
by Potomac State women as they strive to meet 
the responsibilities which accompany freedom. 

Dr. K. Imogene Dever 
DEAN OF WOMEN 




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Capt. Ernest L. Ackiss 

B.A. 

Military Science 

Virginia Military Inst. 

George Washington U. 



Elizabeth A. Atwater, Ph.D. 

Journalism, Speech 

Duquesne University 

University of Pittsburgh 




Richard K. Bolyard, A.B. 

Business Administration 
Glenville State College, 
University of Maryland 



Walter H. Boone, M.A. 

Chemistry 
Bridgewater College, 
Bucknell University 



Mrs. Nancy S. Broome 

Manager 
Book Store 



Irene Brown, M.A. 

Secretarial 

Geneva College, University 

of Pittsburgh 





J. Kenna Burke, M.A. 

Political Science, Sociology 

Fairmont State College, 

West Virginia University 



Mrs. Eleanor Campbell 

Assistant to the 
Financial Secretary 



Mrs. Helen Chambers, R.N. 

School Nurse 



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Mrs. Mary Evelyn Coffman 

Director of 
Alumni Affairs 



Helen C. Criner, M.L. 

Assistant Registrar and 

Secretarial 
West Virginia University, 
University of Pittsburgh 



Ervin L. Dayton, M. A. 

Economics 

Potomac State College 

West Virginia University 




Jerry Leon Essex, B.S. 

Chemistry 

Potomac State College 

West Virginia University 



John D. Fox, M.S. 

Physical Education 
West Virginia University 



SP5 John V. Golaboff 

Military Science 




Dudley W. G. Gordon, M.A. 

English 

University of Pittsburgh 

Fairleigh Dickinson U. 



SFC Joseph Graven* 
Military Science 



Oscar H. Gustafson, M.S. 

Agriculture 

Potomac State College, 

West Virginia University 



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Kenneth Franklin Haines, 
M.A. 

Modern Languages 

Potomac State College, 

West Virginia University 



James T. Handlan, M.S. 

Bacteriology, Biology, 

Comparative Anatomy, 

Genetics 

West Virginia University 



Mrs. Elizabeth P. Hanlin, 
M.S.H.E. 

Home Economics 
West Virginia University 




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Jack M. Hartman, M.S. 

Psychology 

Potomac State College, 

West Virginia University 




Paul F. Iverson, A.B., B.D. 

Mathematics 

Hasting College, Union 

Theological Seminary, 

Columbia University 



Walter A. Jaworek, 
B.S., C.E. 

Professional Civil Engineer, 

Engineering 

West Virginia University 




Virginia Johnson, M.A. 

Mathematics 
West Virginia University 



Mrs. Helen Jones 

Secretary to Dean 



Judith Jose 

Secretary 



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Capt. Frederick S. Karner, 
B.S. 

Military Science 

American University, 

Omaha University 



Mrs. Virginia Kolkhorst 

Preceptress 

Memorial Hall 



Mrs. Viola Lough 

Dietitian 




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Dana G. Lough, B.S. 

Physical Education 

Potomac State College, 

West Virginia University 



Kenneth M. Malone, M.S. 

Agriculture 
West Virginia University 



William Earl Michael, M.S. 
Botany, Zoology, Biology 

Alderson-Broaddus, 
West Virginia University 




Nancy M. Miller, Ph.D. 

Modern Languages 
Lebanon Valley College, 
University of Pittsburgh 



Jasper Thomas Morris, M.A. 

Chemistry, Physical 

Science 

Potomac State College, 

West Virginia University 



Allen E. Murphy, Ph.D. 

Geology, Geography 

Mount Union College, 

West Virginia University 

Syracuse University 



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Mrs. Leontine B. Nuzum, 
M.A. 

English 

Salem College, 

West Virginia University 



Mrs. Thelma O'Connor 

Assistant Librarian 




Alan H. Paine, Ed.D. 

Mathematics 

Gorham State Teachers' 

College, Columbia U. 



Mrs. Ann Pamer 

Cashier 



Margaret E. Rafter, M.S. 

Physical Education 
West Virginia University 



Mr. John Raschella, B.S. 

Financial Secretary 
West Virginia University 




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Mrs. Marie R. Rodgers, M.A. Norman E. Rodgers, M.A. 

English History 

Arkansas State Teachers Arkansas State College, 

College, George Peabody George Peabody College 

College 



Capt. Paul Rofrano, B.S. 

Military Science 

Pennsylvania Military 

College 



Frances Dorothy Sarollo, 
M.Mus. 

Piano, Theory, Voice 

Cincinnati Conservatory of 

Music, Texas University 




Mary Fravell Shipper, A.B. 


Mrs. Gertrude Stanhagen 


John Stanhagen 


Librarian 


Secretary to the 


Manager 


George Washington 


President 


Student Center 


University 








Richard L. Taggart, M.A. 


A. K. Van Scoy, M.A 


History 


Physics 


West Liberty 


Salem College, 


West Virginia University 


Peabody College 



Louise Ward, A.B. 

English 

Library Assistant 

Fairmont State College 




Charles D. Whitehill, M.M. 

Music 
West Virginia University 



Anne Elizabeth Withers, 
M.A. 

English 

Alderson-Broaddus, 

Dennison University, 

New York University 




Leonard 6. Withers, M.Mus. 

Piano, Theory, Glee Club 

Cincinnati Conservatory of 

Music; University of 

Cincinnati 



SFC David J. Young, B.S. 

Military Science 
Ohio University 



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President's Reception for Faculty 




Informal Gathering — Faculty Reception for Students 




Sophomore Officers Plan Strategy 



CLASS OFFICERS 

President 
Louis Martino 

Vice President 
Donald Shaffer 

Sec'y-Treasurer 
Martha J. Bonafield 

Stu. -Council Rep. 
Charles Homan 




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Elaine Ack 

Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

James R. Adkins 

Huntington, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Ralph L. Alkire 

Philippi, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Charles Lee Alt 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 



Norma J. Amtower 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Robert L. Anderson 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Leanne Arkley 
Weirton, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Melvin E. Arnold 

Kitzmiller, Md. 
Education 



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Thomas L. Arnold 

Arlington, Va. 
Forestry 

William N. Ashcraft 
Wilsonburg, W. Va. 
Education 

John E. Atkinson 

Westernport, Md. 
Law 

Robert L. Baer 

Somerset, Pa. 
Education 



Ralph W. Baker 

Rock Oak, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Patricia A. Barberio 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Thomas A. Barrett 

Philippi, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Earl L. Bartlett 

Harrisville, W. Va. 
Medicine 




Michael L. Bates 

West Union, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Kermit E. Becker 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Darrell E. Beery 

Augusta, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

John E. Bergman 

Frederick, Md. 
Engineering 



William S. Bingman 

Somerset, Pa. 
Education 

Martha J. Bonafield 

Kingwood, W. Va. 
Education 

James Russell Bond 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Emmett B. Boone 
Maxwelton, W. Va. 
Engineering 





Brenda J. Booth 
Philippi, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

John S. Bosley 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Journalism 

Martin T. Bourkland 
McLean, Va. 
Medicine 

David H. Bowers 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 



James H. Bowers 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Finis Boyee 

Bridgeville, Pa. 
Home Economics 

Judy S. Boyer 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
Education 

Charles Robert Brannock 

Cambridge, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 



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Nancy Ann Breinig 

Romney, W. Va. 
Nursing 

Bonnie Lee Brown 

Cumberland, Md. 
Journalism 

June E. Brown 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Nursing 

Manly J. Bruce 

Sperryville, Va. 
Agriculture 



Richard J. Bruce 

Cumberland, Md. 
Business Administration 

Robert D. Bruce 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 

Jerome H. Bryan 

Luke, Md. 

Arts and Sciences 

Mary Nell Burfield 

Westfield, N. J. 
Home Economics 



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Gary B. Burgess 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Robert G. Burke 

Romney, W. Va. 
Education 

Frank Busch 

Wilmington, Del. 
Medicine 

Charles O. Buzzard 

Widen, W. Va. 
Education 



Roberta J. Calvert 

Romney, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Walter R. Campbell 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 

John F. Carney 

Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

James W. Carpenter 

Dunmore, W. Va. 
Agriculture 





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Carolyn L. Castelli 

Weirton, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Constance C. Casto 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Education 

Marion H. Chambers 

Riderwood, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Diane E. Cheshire 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 



Robert F. Clements 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Ross L. Cline 

Petersburg, W. Va. 
Medicine 

Thomas S. Coffman 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Gail E. Colyard 

Belmar, N. J. 
Physical Education 












Sandra Sue Compton 


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Keyser, W. Va. 
Home Economics 


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Wendie L. Corbin 

Vienna, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 


James W. Courrier 


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Keyser, W. Va. 
Medicine 




Dale E. Crabtree 




Breezewood, Pa. 
Education 




Wilson N. Crider 




Windber, Pa. 
Education 




Paul M. Cross 


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White Sulpher Springs, W. Va 
Physical Education 


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Vida M. Cuppett 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 


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Jerry Lee Currence ;9 
Elkins, W. Va. 

Agriculture 




John W. Dailey 

Westernport, Md. 
Pharmacy 

Wayne F. Dare 

Pitman, N. J. 

Business Administration 

Donald Lee Davis 

Romney, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Lawrence B. DeBerry 

Oakland, Md. 

Business Administration 



James E. DeHaven 

Corriganville, Md. 
Business Administration 

Norman L. Delawder 
Arthurdale, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

H. Grace Demoise 

Greensburg, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Larry A. Dickerson 

Clayton, Del. 

Business Administration 



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James W. Dillmore 

Cannonsburg, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

David D. Dillon 

Martinsburg, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Louis A. Dinicola 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Business Administration 

George Dorsey 

Frederick, Md. 
Education 



Richard H. Duckworth 

Midland, Md. 

Business Administration 

William M. Duncan 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Lawrence C. Elder 

Arlington, Va. 
Business Administration 

Richard A. Evans 

Lonaconing, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 




William R. Evick 
Parsons, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Paul R. Farris 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

David W. Felton 

Nutter Fort, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Gareth M. Ferguson 

Alum Bank, Pa. 
Medicine 



Ervin L. Fink 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Music 

Mary L. Finnell 
Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Delores K. Fitzgerald 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Medicine 

John A. Fitzgerald 

Vienna, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 





Patricia Fleming 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Journalism 

Roger A. Foley 
Petersbury, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Wilson L. Fry 

Hannibal, 0. 
Arts and Sciences 

Kenneth L. Fuhrmann 

Canton, 0. 

Arts and Sciences 



Ann E. Fulmer 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Roger Lee Galford 
Dunmore, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

John A. Giantonio 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Ernest N. Giles 

Arlington, Va. 
Law 



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Michael E. Gingerich 

Keyser ,W. Va. 
Engineering 

David L. Golding 
Vienna, W. Va. 
Law 

Thomas E. Goss 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Accounting 

Gerald L. Gould 

New Haven, Conn. 
Law 



Charles I. Greathouse 
Flemington, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Walter H. Greilich 

Toms River, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 

Barbara J. Grochowski 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Medicine 

Carolyn L. Guy 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Home Economics 



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Lowell L. Haga 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Nancy J. Hamara 

Netcong, N. J. 
General Secretarial 

John F. Hamilton 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Joseph W. Hammond 

Moundsville, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Lewis H. Hankes 

Falls Church, Va. 
Business Administration 

Judith K. Harris 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Music 

Rebecca A. Harshbarger 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Education 

Edward L. Hasenbuhler 

Cumberland, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 




Howard M. Hatala 

Weirton, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Julia B. Hathaway 

Rowlesburg, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Bruce R. Haught 

Proctor, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Oliver Wayne Hawk 
Elk Garden, W. Va. 
Accounting 



Thomas L. Hawkins 

Philippi, W. Va. 
Education 

Michael L. Heflin 

West Union, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

Charles Hendershot 

Arthurdale, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Gary P. Henshaw 

Winchester, Va. 
Agriculture 






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Linda L. Hinschlager 

West Orange, N. J. 
Medical Secretarial 

William R. Hockman 

Thurmont, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

David K. Hollen 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Charles I. Homan 
New Creek, W. Va. 

Engineering 



Tylyn Ann Huffman 
Dry Fork, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Joseph J. Jackson 

Arlington, Va. 
Law 

Mary Jenkins 

West Orange, N.J. 

Medical Secretarial 

Paul F. Jenkins 

Winchester, Ya. 
Forestry 



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Nelson R. Jennings 

New Martinsville, W. 
Agriculture 

Gus E. Johnson 

Swanton, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Norris K. Johnson 

New Creek, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Robert D. Johnson 

Ellerslie, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 



Sylvia L. Kady 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Charles B. Kalbaugh 
Elk Garden, W. Va. 
Education 

George A. Keen 

Georgetown, Del. 
Agriculture 

David W. Keller 

Westernport, Md. 
Engineering 



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Harry F. Kelso 
Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Marilyn C. Killeri 

Bethesda, Md. 
Physical Education 

Geren F. Knight 
Moundsville, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

William V. Knott 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 



Glenn E. Knotts 

Newburg, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Stanley Kolodziejski 

South River, N. J. 
Education 

Thomas E. Kooken 

Westernport, Md. 
Engineering 

Frederick T. Kroll 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Physical Education 




John J. Kuzmiak 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Law 

Carleton K. Lake 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Herbert S. Lambert 
Parsons, W. Va. 
Music 

Jerry L. Larke 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



James E. Leatherman 

Fort Bragg, N. C. 
Business Administration 

Robert A. Leighton 

Oakland, Md. 

Business Administration 

Robert A. Lindsey 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Marlene K. Looney 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 





Hilda Sue Loy 

Romney, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Carol J. Machamer 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

James E. Malone 

Cumberland, Md. 
Law 

Susanne L. Marston 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Journalism 



Larry G. Marteney 

Philippi, W. Va. 
Education 

Vincent E. Martina 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Louis A. Martino 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Pharmacy 

Erlend L. Mathias 
Mathias, W. Va. 
Agriculture 



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Mary F. Mathias 

Mathias, W. Va. 
Medical Secretary 

Wayne L. McClintic 

Williamsburg, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Joel D. McCray 

New Martinsville, W. Va. 
Law 

David A. McGoye 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Joshua E. Mcllvaine 

Georgetown, Del. 
Veterinary Medicine 

James E. Mclntire 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Ray Victor McManis 

Mt. Lake Park, Md. 
Education 

Michael Melody 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Business Administration 



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Edward J. Melvin 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 

Thomas J. Meravi 

West Orange, N. J. 
Education 

Ernest L. Miller 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

James C. Miller 

Thurmont, Md. 
Engineering 



Sharon L. Minnix 
Bridgeport, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Harald J. Mitchell 

Franklin, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Robert F. Mitchell 

Westernport, Md. 
Law 

Jeffrey L. Montgomery 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 




Joseph W. Moore 

Mt. Holly, N. J. 
Physical Education 

Paul H. Morris 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

James Mowbray 

Barton, Md. 
Engineering 

Robert G. Mullen 

Fredericksburg, Va. 
Business Administration 



Robert L. Mullennex 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Gary E. Mulligan 

Cumberland, Md. 
Dentistry 

Stephen P. Neely 

Huntington, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Susannah M. Nesbitt 

Sandy Spring, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 





Raymond D. Neupert 
Flemington, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Marjorie S. Nichols 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Gary Lee Nield 

Wiley Ford, W. Va. 
Engineering 

David R. Noble 
Charleston, W. Va. 
Business Administration 



Robert E. Nordeck 

Oakland. Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Edward B. Nuhfer 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Max E. Park 

Rock Oak, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Gary W. Parks 

Arlington, Va. 
Business Administration 



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Georgia Parsenios 

Cumberland, Md. 
Law 

Ingrid A. Pearson 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Hubert P. Pennington 
Parsons, W. Va. 
Mortuary Science 

Cecelia J. Perrine 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Education 



Stuart M. Perry 

Winchester, Va. 
Engineering 

Mary Gail Pfost 
Charleston, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Norman J. Pingley 

Beverly W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Roger I. Pinnell 

Millwood, W. Va. 
Journalism 



Robert L. Poland 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Edward R. Pouch 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Medicine 

Michael V. Pratt 

Kitzmiller, Md. 
Education 

Judith E. Presnell 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Carol S. Price 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Charles T. Pyles 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

David L. Pyles 

Fort Ashby, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Charles W. Rager 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 




Jeannie M. Ramsey 

Ida May, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Mary Ellen Rasel 
Parkersburg, W .Va. 
Music 

Patrick Rawlings 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Darlene A. Reel 

Maysville, W. Va. 
Education 



Carol Ann Rhodes 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Nancy A. Rice 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Stuart Richards 
Renick, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Katherine J. Riedel 
Wheeling, W. Va. 
Education 





Ronald Riedel 

Wheeling. W. Va. 
Physical Education 

James L. Rittenhour 

Somerset, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Gary L. Robey 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Robert R. Robinette 

LaVale, Md. 

Business Administration 



Clarence L. Robinson 

Baltimore, Md. 
Law 

Margaret L. Rockenstein 

Vienna, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Ernest L. Rockwell 
Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Neil R. Rodamer 

Springs, Pa. 

Business Administration 



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Bernadine V. Rollins 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Medicine 

Otto Ross 

Wiley Ford, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Thomas G. Ross 

Mathias, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

John F. Ruhl 

Salem, N. J. 
Engineering 



John R. Rush 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Law 

Barbara J. Ryon 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Susan B. Sadtler 

Fairfield, Conn. 
Arts and Sciences 

Ronald L. Schwenninger 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 



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William L. Seckman 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Pharmacy 

Norma Arlene Self 

Fort Ashby, W. Va. 
Education 

Robert S. Seymour 

Accokeek, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Donald S. Shaffer 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 



Ronald C. Shaffer 

Cumberland, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

S. James Shaffer 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Education 

John R. Shelton 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Patrick J. Sherman 

Elkins, W. Va. 
Physical Education 




Donald C. Shields 
Charleston, W. Va. 
Engineering 

George H. Shoemaker 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Veterinary Medicine 

Robert G. Shoemaker 

Somerset, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Robert B. Sill 

Frederick, Md. 
Engineering 



James Spadafore 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Armando J. Spagnolo 

Paterson, N. J. 
Physical Education 

Kenneth F. Spicer 

Cumberland, Md. 
Pharmacy 

Shirley Ann Spiker 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Education 





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John P. Spoerl 

LaVale, Md. 

Business Administration 

David Stalnaker 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Terry C. Stanhagen 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Delores N. Starnes 
Burlington, W. Va. 
Education 



James A. Staub 

Somerset, Pa. 

Business Administration 

Joel Samuel Steel 

Silver Springs, Md. 
Agriculture 

Mike Stellabotte 
Arlington, Va. 
Business Administration 



Hugh C. Stewart 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



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Martin W. Stone 

Annandale, Va. 
Business Administration 

Earl J. Stutler 

Garden City, N. Y. 
Arts and Sciences 

James A. Sullivan 

Chevy Chase, Md. 
Law 

Vernon C. Svatos 
Cleveland, 0. 
Arts and Sciences 



Carol Jane Swisher 

Augusta, W. Va. 
Music 

William G. Thomas 

Boswell, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Charles A. Tribett 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Norma J. Umstot 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 



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David D. Van Zant 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Business Administration 

Louise A. Voelker 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Medical Secretarial 

John E. Wade 

Keyport, N. J. 
Business Administration 

Susan E. Walker 
Piedmont, W. Va. 

Nursing 



Shirley A. Walling 

Martinsburg, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Carl R. Washington 

Greensburg, Pa. 
Physical Education 

David K. Weaver 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Business Administration 

Jeffrey E. Webber 

West Union, W. Va. 
Business Administration 




Lee W. Weekley 

Philippi, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 

Sandra Welshonce 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

James F. Weyant 

Meyersdale, Pa. 
Veterinary Medicine 

Beverly C. Whitehead 

Beckley, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 



Katherine Wilcox 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Physical Education 

Darlene Wilkins 

Baker, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

James E. Willetts 

La Vale, Md. 

Business Administration 

Ronald H. Wills 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Dentistry 





Harold L. Wilson 

Point Pleasant Beach, N. J. 
Physical Education 

John W. Wilson 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Marjorie Sue Wimer 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Home Economics 



Philip O. Wince 

South Charleston, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Richard D. Wood 
Three Churches, W .Va. 
Agriculture 

Albert E. Wuestefeld 

Keyport, N. J. 
Education 



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Frank K. Abruzzino 

Shinnston, W. Va. 
Law 

Nicholas F. Accamando 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Joseph P. Adams 

Nutter Fort, W. Va. 
Law 

Robert D. Alderton 

Elk Garden, W. Va. 
Engineering 



K. Gary Ambridge 

Baltimore, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Charles R. Anderson 
Moundsville, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Milton April 

College Park, Md. 
Agriculture 

Carl D. Arnold 
Burlington, W. Va. 
Veterinary Medicine 



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Michael A. Ashenfelter 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Law 

Julia S. Astfalk 

Harrington. Del. 
Physical Education 

Ralph E. Ausherman 

Martinsburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Thomas K. Baber 

Vienna, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Nunzio E. Barbera 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Law 

William R. Barclift 

Arlington, Va. 
Business Administration 

John C. Barncord 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Accounting 

Valla J. Bartlett 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Home Economics 




John C. Batcheller 

McLean, Va. 

Business Administration 

Doris Lee Beam 

Fort Ashby, W. Va. 
Education 

Douglas H. Bean 

Romney, W. Va. 
Law 

William R. Beardslee 

Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Robert W. Bell 

Fanwood, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 

Norman R. Bender 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Physical Therapy 

Doris Bennett 

Glady, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 

G. Stephen Bennett 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 





Wallace L. Bennett 

Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

John C. Bianconi 

McKeesport, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Willard K. Bibbee 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

Carolyn B. Biser 

Oakland, Md. 
Home Economics 



Andrew Bittner 

Waynesburg, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Donald T. Blandin 

Baltimore, Md. 
Law 

Earl D. Blank 

Greensburg, Pa. 
Forestry 

Walter D. Bosserman 

Mechanicsburg. Pa. 



Forestry 




Robert S. Bossone 
Long Branch, N. J. 
Law 

Phillip J. Bove 

Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Larry L. Bowman 

Flemingsburg, Ky. 
Education 

Stanley R. Boyer 
Grant Town, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



William J. Bradfield 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

0. Paul Braithwaite 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Lynn C. Brodengeyer 

Antioch, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

James L. Brown 

Peterstown, W. Va. 
Forestry 



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Sandra J. Brown 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Montford O. Burgess 

Arlington, Va. 
Engineering 

Michael C. Burke 

Elk Garden, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Louis K. Buterbaugh 

Bedford, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 



Linda L. Byers 

Ligonier, Pa. 
Physical Education 

John F. Calain 

Elkins, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Sharon A. Carpenter 

Romney, W. Va. 
Nursing 

Kathryn W. Carvey 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 




John P. Castelli 

Cuddy, Pa. 

Business Administration 

Judith Ann Channell 

Elkins, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Mary M. Chapman 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Gary Lee Cheshire 

Westernport, Md. 
Agiculture 



William K. Chidester 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Journalism 

Harry B. Clark 

Everett, Pa. 

Business Administration 

John D. Clay 

Whitesville, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Robert E. Coates 
Ravenswood, W. Va. 
Law 





Francis P. Coda 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Education 

Raymond W. Coleman 

Millville, N. J. 
Physical Education 

Penelope L. Conley 

South Charleston, W. Va. 
Accounting 

Delmas H. Cosner 

Mt. Storm, W. Va. 
Engineering 



Robert C. Craig 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Engineering 

Bettsy R. Criner 

Reedy, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Michael B. Crisci 
Weirton, W. Va. 
Law 

Gayle J. Crisi 

Hastings on Hudson. N. Y. 

General Secretarial 



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Rodger L. Crites 
Fisher, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Hayward G. Cross 
Grafton, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Kenneth J. Cuprik 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Engineering 

Steven L. Curry 

La Vale, Md. 
Engineering 



Donald E. Cutlip 

Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Sara R. Daugherty 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Dennis H. Davidson 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Delia M. Davis 

Follansbee, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 



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Paul L. Davis 

St. Marys, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Mary L. Dawson 

Kingwood, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Daniel Delich 

Hobart, Ind. 
Law 

Aidan T. Dewey 

Alexandria. Va. 
Business Administration 



Robert J. Diaco 

Newark, N. J. 
Denistry 

David E. Disque 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Daniel F. Dombrosky 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Law 

Douglas H. Donohoe 

Vienna, Va. 

Arts and Sciences 




Mary C. Dorsey 

Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Zelda L. Drainer 

Flemington, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Elinor J. Drane 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 

Michael L. Dransfield 

Gap Mills, W. Va. 
Forestry 



Jane L. Early 

Cumberland, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Yvonne T. Eddicks 

Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Edward Elikan 
Carnegie, Pa. 
Education 

David L. Ellis 

Westernport, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 




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Robert B. Engle 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Donald K. Eskridge 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

James D. Evans 

New Creek, W. Va. 
Medicine 

Charles J. Ezell 

Falls Church, Va. 
Forestry 



Carl J. Fetchero 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Denistry 

Joyce E. Fike 

Brandonville, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Barbara N. Fileti 
West Orange, N. J. 
General Secretarial 

Janet L. Foley 
Petersburg. W. Va. 

Arts and Sciences 



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Frank C. French, Jr. 

Charleston, W. Va. 
Business Administation 

James W. French 

North Garden, Va. 
Business Administration 

Joseph H. Frye 

Augusta, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Howard R. Fulk 

Bayard, W. Va. 
Physical Education 



David B. Fuller 

Silver Spring, Md. 
Engineering 

Robert E. Gall 

Carnegie, Pa. 
Engineering 

Kenneth L. Garland 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Stephen S. Garton 
Weston, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



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Paul E. Gates 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Medicine 

Claude E. Gaujot 

Durbin, W. Va. 
Law 

Benjamin D. Gay 

Marlinton, W. Va. 
Veterinary Medicine 

Harold L. Grayson 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Forestry 



James D. Griffin 

St. Marys, W. Va. 
Engineering 

John W. Groden 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Charles A. Grossman 

Charlottesville, Va. 
Veterinary Medicine 

Robert E. Hager 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 




Johnny E. Haines 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Accounting 

Philip G. Hall 

Salisbury, Md. 
Physical Education 

Robert G. Hall 

Walkersville, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Carol J. Haller 

Washington, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 



Mary K. Hammond 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Mary A. Handlan 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 

Patricia J. Hanlin 

Wappingers Falls, N. Y. 
Arts and Sciences 

Robert G. Hanna 

Renick, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 





James E. Hannum 

Mt. Alto, W. Va. 
Accounting 

Don R. Harman 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Glenn A. Harman 

Rough Run, W. Va. 
Engineering 

John W. Harman 

Petersburg, W. Va. 
Business Administation 



Patricia Ann Harness 
Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Education 

Woodrow A. Harper 

Winchester, Va. 
Physical Therapy 

Elizabeth A. Harris 

Parkersburg. W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Kenneth R. Harris 

Alexandria, Va. 
Physical Education 



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Edward Hartman 
Beryl, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Nancy C. Hartman 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Richard A. Hartnett 

New York, New York 
Law 

Edward G. Hawkins 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Law 



Vicki J. Hawkins 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Lynn E. Haynes 

Bluefield, W. Va. 
Engineering 

John B. Hayward 

Martinsburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Harry G. Helme 

Washington, D. C. 
Business Administration 



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David G. Helmick 

Petersburg, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Tommy G. Hevener 

Durbin, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Donald A. Hill 

Keyport, N. J. 
Physical Education 

Rufus E. Hoalcraft 

Pennsboro, W. Va. 
Agriculture 



Phyllis A. Hodge 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Home Economics 

Neva P. Hoffman 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Burt H. Holcomb 

Ashland, N. J. 
Physical Education 

Hugh A. Hollingsworth 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Pharmacy 




Thomas A. Hood 

Jeannette, Pa. 

Business Administration 

Nancy P. Hooper 

Bridgeville, Pa. 
Medical Secretarial 

Gerald S. Hott 

Wardensville, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Kenneth R. House 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 



John K. Houser 

Romney, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

James C. Hovey 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Richard D. Hudkins 

Phillipi, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Norman W. Hughes 

Vienna, Md. 
Education 





Matthew A. Iatesta 

West Orange, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 

William L. Jennewine 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
Law 

Richard M. Johns 

Warren, Ohio 
Forestry 

Ronald G. Johnson 

Albright, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Bryan L. Jones 

Verona, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 

William D. Jones 
Philippi, W. Va. 
Education 

Jerry Judy 

Cherry Grove, W. Va. 
Engineering 

James R. Jenkins 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



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Lenstal Kachadoorian 

Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Sandra J. Kahler 
Burnham, Pa. 
Medical Secretarial 

L. Elaine Kalbaugh 

Elk Garden, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Elizabeth F. Kapp 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
General Secretarial 



Sally L. Karl 

Frederick, Md. 
Education 

Walter G. Karnis 

Hollywood, Fla. 
Physical Education 

John E. Kaylor 

Springfield, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Karen J. Keller 

Westernport, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 



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Harold R. Kerns 

Fort Ashby, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Gary K. Ketchem 
Pruntytown, W Va. 
Agriculture 

Marjorie J. Killian 

Manasquan, N. J. 
Medical Secretarial 

Gary L. King 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 



Anthony W. Kirk 

Arlington, Va. 
Dentistry 

Vincent J. Kirk 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Education 

Louise M. Kister 

Somerset, Pa. 
Music 

Robert L. Klinestiver 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Medicine 




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Barbara A. Knott 

Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Lonnie J. Kuhn 

Mt. Storm, W. Va. 
Medicine 

William C. LaMay 

Arlington, Va. 
Business Administration 

Paul E. Lamm 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 



Nick C. Lapcevic 

Larimer, Pa. 
Engineering 

Charles H. Lauer 

Cologne, N. J. 
Physical Education 

David A. Lawson 

Masontown, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Robert L. Lawson 

Harbeson, Del. 
Agriculture 





Ernest M. Layman 

Westernport, Md. 
Business Administration 

Jay C. Leatherman 

Ft. Bragg, N. C. 
Business Administration 

Lucien T. Lenhart 

Millsboro, Del. 
Engineering 

Helen C. Lewis 

Terra Alta, W. Va. 
Education 



Robert W. Lewis 

Toms River, N. J. 
Education 

Beulah G. Likin 

Raymondville, Texas 
Arts and Sciences 

Harry M. Liller 

New Creek. W. Va. 
Engineering 

Robert K. Lonergan 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Arts and Sciences 



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Ralph W. Long 

Springfield, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Roger P. Loudin 

Imperial, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Claudia C. Lovering 

Alexandria, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Harold D. Lynch 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 



Lynn F. Lyons 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

Richard E. Lyons 

Gormania, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

Robert A. Lyons 

Kitzmiller, Md. 
Music 

Morton M. MacDonald 

Marshall, Va. 

Business Administration 



Cheryl M. Maderia 

Follansbee, W. Va. 
Education 

John M. Maffucci 

Bedford, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Barbara L. Malone 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Nancy A. Manning 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Education 



Dottie S. Markwood 

Lahmansville, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Joseph M. Marshall 

Circleville, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Edward F. Martin 

Dover, Del. 
Physical Education 

Thomas E. Martin 

Alexandria, Va. 
Business Administration 




Helen M. Martina 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Ward B. Masden 

Arlington, Va. 
Engineering 

Homer W. May 

Bedford, Pa. 

Business Administration 

Leonard C. Mayer 

Windber, Pa. 
Education 



Caroline S. McArthur 

Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Bonnie Lee McAvoy 

Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Paul P. McCarthy 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Paula S. McDowell 

Burlington, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 





Ralph A. McFarland 

Weirton, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

James P. McGovern 

Falls Church, Va. 
Physical Education 

Carol R. McVicker 

Towson, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Carol A. Miers 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Physical Education 



Charles J. Miller 

Alexandria, Va. 
Business Administration 

Corrine V. Miller 
Paw Paw, W. Va. 

Arts and Sciences 

Duane R. Miller 

Greensburg, Pa. 
Forestry 

Marie E. Miller 

Keyser. W. Va. 

Medical Secretarial 



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Mary L. Miller 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Journalism 

Vincent W. Miller 

Hedgesville, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

William J. Milleson 

Springfield, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

James M. Mims 

Boyds, Md. 
Agriculture 



Judith A. Mokosh 

Moundsville, W. Va. 
Education 

Dow E. Mongold 

Mathias, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Calvin E. Montgomery 

Masontown, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Richard M. Moon 

Middletown, Ohio 
Business Administration 



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Norman Lee Moore 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Medicine 

Gary D. Morgan 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
Law 

Michael A. Morgan 

Somerset, Pa. 

Business Administration 

Judith E. Morlan 

Bethesda, Md. 
Education 



George H. Moser 

Smithfield, Pa. 
Medicine 

Charles A. Murphy 
Bridgeport, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

John R. Myers 

Augusta, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Michael D. Myers 

Valley Bend, W. Va. 
Physical Education 








Paul J. Nagy 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

John S. Narbut 

Millville, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 

Paul F. Nazelrod 

Oakland, Md. 
Medicine 

James H. Neil 

St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Forestry 



Grace E. Neptune 
Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

William G. Nesbit 

Moundsville, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Raymond C. Netzel 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Agriculture 

Barbara S. Nicholson 

Weirton, W. Va. 
Physical Therapy 





Gary B. Norris 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Law 

Mary L. Nuss 

Garfield, N. J. 
Medical Technology 

Douglas L. Ogden 

LaVale, Md. 
Education 

Francis E. Old 

Baltimore, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 



Dennis M. O'Neill 
McLean, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Barbara L. O'Rear 
Keyser, W. Va. 

Medical Secretarial 

Edward C. Ott 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

George A. Ott 
Ridgeley, W. Va. 

Music 



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David L. Page 

Millville, N. J. 
Engineering 

Roddy L. Palmer 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Hilda L. Pancake 

New Creek, W. Va. 
Pharmacy 

Charles L. Park 

Lawrenceville, N. J. 
Forestry 



Paul E. Park 

Shepherdstown, W. Va. 
Engineering 

George C. Paxton 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Medicine 

James K. Payne 

Charlottesville, Va. 
Engineering 

Walter A. Pennino 
Vienna, Va. 
Physical Education 



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Richard C. Pirozzi 

Paterson, N. J. 
Law 

Victoria E. Price 

Ravenswood, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Brenda L. Pugh 

Westernport, Md. 
Physical Education 

John F. Queen 

Rock Cave, W. Va. 
Engineering 



Charles J. Rafter 

Salisbury, Md. 
Business Administration 

Dennis S. Rawlings 

Baltimore, Md. 
Business Administration 

Stephen E. Reckenwald 

Belmar, N. J. 
Education 

Marion R. Reed 

Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 




Clara Belle Reel 
Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Charles L. Reese 
Fairmont. W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Luretta J. Reger 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Nursing 

Walter A. Rex 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Thomas D. Ridenour 
Newburg, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Edward C. Riffle 

Jane Lew, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Richard J. Robinson 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Physical Education 

Philip D. Rodgers 

South Portland, Me. 
Forestry 





Carolyn C. Root 

Westernport, Md. 
Medical Secretary 

Frederick J. Roscoe 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Ann L. Ruck 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Kevin W. Ryan 

Little Silver, N. J. 
Education 



Marcella K. Ryan 
Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Barbara E. Sagal 

Keyser. W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

William B. Shackleford 

Arthurdale, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Roger A. Shallis 
Keyser, W. Ya. 
Pharmacv 



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Calvin J. Sharp 
Marlinton, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Lawton T. Sharp 

Glenwood, Md. 
Forestry 

Ralph O. Sharp 

Front Royal, Va. 
Dentistry 

Eddie L. Shearer 
Charleston, W. Va. 
Engineering 



Willard L. Shears 
Arbovale, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Donnie H. Shields 

Wildcat, W. Va. 
Engineering 

David W. Shinn 

Rupert, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

Gary S. Shipley 

Bedford, Pa. 

Business Administration 



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Willis R. Shumaker 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Richard L. Sindy 

Cresaptown, Md. 
Engineering 

Roger A. Sites 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

J. Gregory Sliger 
Elm Grove, W. Va. 
Pharmacy 



Robert L. Sloan 

Cameron, W. Va. 
Physical Therapy 

Ashby D. Smith 

Falls Church, Va. 
Physical Education 

Courtland W. Smith 

Rridgewood, N. Y. 
Business Administration 

John L. Smith 

Nutter Fort, W. Va. 
Business Administration 




Kenneth E. Smith 

Accident, Md. 
Forestry 

Patrick H. Smith 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Anna K. Snider 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

David M. Snyder 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Rudolph J. Sosna 
Strasburg, Va. 
Medicine 

James F. Spangler 

Romney, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Robert L. Spencer 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

John A. Stealey 
Nutter Fort, W. Va. 
Engineering 





John W. Stein 
Martinsburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

John H. Stiffler 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Forestry 

Philip L. Stotler 
Berkeley Springs, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Joseph L. Strange 

Vienna, Va. 
Education 



John C. Strigle 

South Charleston, W. Va. 

Agriculture 

Irene F. Strong 

Westernport, Md. 
Dental Hygiene 

James K. Studdard 
Benwood, W, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

David R. Sutton 
Glendale. W. Va. 
Physical Education 



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John Y. Sutton 
Bridgeport, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Donald H. Swartz 
Parsons, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Dwight D. Sypolt 

Reedsville, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Christopher C. Tatham 

Falls Church, Va. 
Forestry 



Joseph R. Taylor 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Accounting 

Ronald W. Terhorst 
Carnegie, Pa. 
Forestry 

Dennis Lee Testa 

Neptune, N. J. 
Education 

Alice J. Tetrick 
Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 



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Vaughn N. Thomas 
Delmont, Pa. 
Veterinary Medicine 

James R. Thompson 

Petersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Richard L. Thompson 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Robert J. Thornberry 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Robert G. Thorne 

West Long Branch, N. J. 
Education 

John F. Tipping 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Blanche E. Turner 

Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Kenneth R. Turner 

Lonaconing, Md. 
Engineering 




Nolan D. Turner 

Newburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

John W. Umstot 

Oakland, Md. 
Engineering 

Frank VanAmburgh 

Wayne, N. J. 
Veterinary Medicine 

A. David Vennari 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Physical Education 



William M. Vicini 

Uniontown, Pa. 
Business Administration 

Cheryl S. Wagner 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 

John F. Wagoner 
Springfield, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Roy M. Walker 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Forestry 






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Michele L. Ward 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Wayne E. Warder 

Hastings, W. Va. 
Forestry 

John F. Waterhouse 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Carol L .Wear 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
Education 



Harry R. Webb 

Mauricetown, N. J. 
Engineering 

Dinah S. Wells 
Keyser, W. Va. 

Medical Secretarial 

Stephen A. Wells 
Burlington, W, Va. 
Medicine 

Raymond T. Westfall 
Nutter Fort. W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



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Lowell L. Whipp 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Margaret J. White 

Oakland, Md. 
Home Economics 

David W. Whitzell 

Pennsgrove, N. J. 
Physical Education 



Gary D. Williams 

Tunnelton, W. Va. 
Music 

Roy H. Williams 

Mouth of Seneca, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

William J. Williams 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Education 



David K. Wilson 

Moundsville, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Linda Lou Wiltison 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Ronald E. Wise 

Oakland, Md. 
Veterinary Medicine 



Fairley W. Workman 

Marlinton, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Theodore M. Yokum 
Harman, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Michael G. Zontanos 

East Orange, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 




CANDID CANDIDS 




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Victory Forces Take Armory 




CD 



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Quick, Call Mrs. Chambers 




Outstanding Clergy Emphasizes Religion 




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Mavericks Watching Maverick 




Playing Bridge — Wishing Hearts 




Flag Ceremony Before Games 




Go Away! . . . I'm Hungry 



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It Must Have Been Something I 'et! 



TAKE A PEEK- 




Mail Call! Mail Call! 





Yes, father. Yes, father. 




But, Jeff, I can't smile!! 



Santa's little helpers. 





David, Can't you breathe? ? 



Books, books — no money left! 





Yes Sir! I'll wear it! 



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Please, Dean, Please!! 



YOU WERE ON CANDID CAMERA 




Christmas Party Quartet. 





Who's got the ball ? ? 




Grand Finale? 



Delicious Punch, girls! 





Now they're on their own. 



New Bus for Catamounts. 





Annual Roth Banquet 



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Sigma Christmas Swing 



FLOATS IN THE ANNUAL HOMECOMING PARADE 






Roth — Best Campus Organization Float 



Sigmas — Best Greek Letter Float 












Kappas, Theta-Gamma, Most Attractive Greek Letter Floats 





Freshmen Class Campus Float 



The Queen's Float — Miss Catamount 





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Agriculture Club Float 



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Christian Youth Fellowship Float 



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CAMPUS 




QUEENS 





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MISS CATAMOUNT 





MISS CAROLYN CASTELLI 



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QUEEN OF HARVEST SWING 




MISS MARLENE LOONEY 



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QUEEN OF WINTER 





MISS NANCY HAMARA 



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CAMPUS COVER GIRL 





MISS DINAH WELLS 



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APPLE BLOSSOM PRINCESS 




MISS SANDRA WELSHONCE 



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SIGMA SWEETHEART 




MISS MARTHA JEAN BONAFIELD 



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QUEEN OF THE EASTER BALL 




MISS SYLVIA KADY 



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QUEEN OF THE MILITARY BALL 




MISS DIANNE CHESHIRE 



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QUEEN OF MAY 





MISS CAROL MACHAMER 



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CORONATION CEREMONIES FOR QUEENS 




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ofiGfltiizfliions 

CHEERLEADERS 




Penelope Conley 



Joyce Fike 
Mary Jenkins 



Carol Ann Miers 



Elaine Ack 



Kathryn Carvey 



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ORGflnizfliions 

ROTC SPONSORS 




Carolyn Guy 


Louise Voelker 


Marlene Looney 


Ingrid Pearson 




Mary Jenkins 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 




President Felton Addresses Student Council 



The members of the Student Council are: 
David Felton President 

Sophomore Class 

Louis Martino President 

Donald Shaffer Vice-President 

Jean Bonaf ield Secretary-Treasurer 

Charles Homan Rep. to Student Council 

Freshmen Class 

William Chidester President 

Carl Fetchero Vice-President 

Marie Miller Secretary 

Mary Chapman Treasurer 

John Bianconi Rep. to Student Council 




Sorority and Fraternity Presidents 

Carol Machamer Sigma Iota Chi 

Sandra Welshonce Eta Upsilon Gamma 

Sylvia Kady Kappa Delta Psi 

David Hollen Phi Sigma Nu 

Robert Baer (rep.) Theta Sigma Chi 

Armando Spagnola Phi Kappa Omega 

Representatives 

Scott Bosley, Pasquino; Mary Jenkins, 
Cheerleaders; Kay Looney, Reynolds Hall; 
Sharon Minnix, Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion; David Stalnaker, Circle K; Bill Bing- 
man, Roth Military Honorary Society; Ray 
Campbell, CYF; Thomas Meravi, Newman 
Club; Julia Hathaway, Sigma Phi Omega; 
James Mclntire, OmniSci ; Sue Wimer, Home 
Economics Club ; Max Park, Agriculture Club 
and representatives from Davis Hall, Singers, 
Panhellenic, Engineers Club, Players, and 
Delta Psi Omega. 



Mr. David Nuzum 

Sponsor 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 



The Student Council, governing order of 
the Student Body, supervises student activi- 
ties, promotes school spirit, and develops a 
close relationship among the students and 
faculty. 

A welcome committee greeted the student 
upon his arrival on campus and helped him 
to locate his quarters in the dormitory. Tradi- 
tions were explained, and Freshmen Rules 
were inaugurated. In order to raise funds for 
athletic awards the Council sponsored the 
Homecoming Dance and the May Day Ball. 
It prepared and sold printed programs for 



home football games and sponsored the sale 
of freshmen "beanies" to promote school 
spirit. The Council served as hosts when 
high school seniors came to campus on High 
School Visiting Days. The Council provided 
guides and escorts on Parents Day in the 
fall. 

Students look to the governing body to 
serve as a liaison between them and the 
faculty. Suggestions for making campus life 
more attractive originate with the Council 
and are taken to the college administration 
for final approval. 






David W. Felton 

President 




Louis Martino 

Pres. Soph. Class 



Don Shaffer 

Vice-President 



Jean Bonafield 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Charles Homan 

Soph. Class Rep. 



CATAMOUNT 



Among the pages of the 1963 CATA- 
MOUNT are photographs depicting campus 
life. We, the staff of this twenty-fifth edi- 
tion, hope to recapture and retain for you 
many memories of your days at Potomac 
State College. In this yearbook are photo- 
graphs of two years of striving and achieve- 
ment. We hope that events recalled and held 



dear will be of significance to all students. 
As the college and state grow, so does the 
CATAMOUNT. We are proud to commemor- 
ate the twenty-five years of our yearbook. 
The 1963 CATAMOUNT, consisting of one 
hundred fifty-eight pages, is the largest 
volume yet produced. 




Editor and Staff Working on Copy 




CATAMOUNT STAFF 

Editor Constance Casto 

Business Manager William Hockman 

Photographer Norman Moore 

Sports Editor Paul Davis 



Advertising Staff 



Gary Ambridge 
Carolyn Castelli 
Marion Chambers 
Mary Hammond 



Patricia Harness 
Geren Knight 
Susan Sadtler 
Delores Starnes 
Stephen Wells 



Typists 

Leanne Arkley 
Gayle Crisi 
Sandra Kahler 
Julia Hathaway 



Mr. Dudley W. G. Gordon 

Sponsor 



CATAMOUNT 




Business Manager Meets with his Assistants 




Typists Rush to Meet Deadline 

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THE PASQUINO 




&a> The college newspaper, the Pasquino, is completing its 41st year 

^**l% a of supplying the campus and the public with news of Potomac State 

College. The fortnightly publication's staff includes all journalism 

majors and a number of volunteers from the student body. 

w "*9& ^PSjpt^ ..' I n addition to being distributed on the campus to students, faculty 

V Jp"* members, and the college staff, the Pasquino has a mailing list of 

^-1 iJr over a thousand. It is sent to parents of non-commuting students, 

"*2|£ | alumni throughout the world, several hundred colleges and high 

schools, friends of the college, and advertisers. 

The Student-Faculty Directory, published annually, is a Pasquino 

project. Each spring, the staff has a banquet with a speaker invited 

who is prominent in some phase of the communications professions. 

The dinner celebrating the Pasquino's 40th Anniversary last spring, 

Dr. Elizabeth Atwater attracted about 100 former staff members, including the first editor, 

Faculty Advisor Donald E. Hamill (1921-22) . 

PASQUINO STAFF Business Manager Susan Walker 

Editor-in-Chief John Scott Bosley Mary Chapman, William Chidester, Judy 

News Editor Patricia A. Fleming Tetrick, John Smith 

FnTTnRiAT finApn Sports Ivan Pinnell, Editor 

t q «. » i SZ • ™ . x, • James Courrier, Dinah Wells, Sharon Min- 

J. Scott Bosley, Patricia Fleming, Bonnie n ix, James Sullivan, Fred Kroll 

Brown, Susanne L. Marston, Ivan Pinnell A1 „ 

Alumni Lynn Brodengeyer, 

NEWS STAFF Susannah Nesbitt 

William K. Chidester, Corrine Miller, Mary Circulation Robert Clements, Manager 

L. Miller, Sharon Minnix, Susannah Nesbitt, Ernest Miller, John Fitzgerald, Joseph 
Blanche Turner, Caroline McArthur, Helen Jackson, Marie Miller, Betty Kapp, Janet 
Martina, Joseph S. Gibbs, James M. Hildreth, Foley, Chris Tatham, Dottie Sue Mark- 
William Hockman, Robert C. Steele, Albert wood, Wendie Corbin 
E. Wuestefeld, Kathy Wilcox. Staff Photographer Norman Moore 




Editor Gives Assignments 



THE PASQUINO 




Mailing Crew Prepares Bundles 




Circulation Staff Addresses Papers 



CIRCLE K 




Robert Baer 

President 



James Rittenhour 

Vice-President 



James Staub 

Secretary 



James Mclntire 

Treasurer 



SOPHOMORE MEMBERS 



Ralph L. Alkire 
William N. Ashcraft 
Robert L. Baer 
Ralph W. Baker 
John E. Bergman 
William S. Bingman 
Martin T. Bourkland 
Finis Boyce 
Robert Brannock 
Walter R. Campbell 



Marion H. Chambers 
Ross L. Cline 
Kenneth L. Fuhrmann 
Howard M. Hatala 
Geren F. Knight 
Frederick T. Kroll 
William D. Lawrence 
Louis A. Martino 
Wayne L. McClintic 



James E. Mclntire 
David R. Noble 
Edward B. Nuhfer 
Stuart M. Perry 
Roger Ivan Pinnell 
Edward Ray Pouch 
Charles W. Rager 
James L. Rittenhour 
Clarence Robinson 



John R. Rush 
Donald S. Shaffer 
Patrick J. Sherman 
Donald C. Shields 
James Spadafore 
David Stalnaker 
James A. Staub 
David VanZant 
John Wade 



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CIRCLE K 




The Circle K Club of Potomac State Col- 
lege is a service organization dedicated to 
this institution and to the community of 
Keyser. The local Circle K Club was establish- 
ed in 1952 and holds Charter Six in Circle K 
International. The Potomac State Circle_ K 
Club is composed of college men of high 
character and good scholastic standing, who 
feel that to serve is an honor instead of a 
burden. The objective of Circle K Interna- 
tional is to improve relations with the col- 



lege, community, country, and God. 

Major projects this year were: operating 
the second-hand bookstore, sponsoring the 
annual Homecoming Parade, continuing a 
campus litter project, assisting with Parent's 
Day, serving as host for the annual Circle 
K District Convention of West Virginia, aid- 
ing in the annual Blood Mobile program, con- 
tinuing a recognition plaque for scholastic 
leaders in school, and serving as guides for 
various campus activities. 




FRESHMAN MEMBERS 



William Bingman 

West Virginia 
District Secretary 



Norman Bender 
Stephen Bennett 
John David Clay 
Charles Ezell, Jr. 
Glen A. Harman 
John W. Harman 
Kenneth Ray Harris 
Thomas Eric Martin 
Ray McManis 
William Milleson 



Jeff Rafter 
Ralph O. Sharp 
Edward Shearer 
Donnie Sheilds 
John G. Sligar 
Joseph Strange III 
Vaughn Thomas 
Raymond Westfall 
W. Joseph Williams 




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Mr. Earl Micheal 

Sponsor 



CHRISTIAN YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 




Mr. W. Earl Michael 

Sponsor 



The Christian Youth Fellowship was organized on Potomac 
State campus in 1949. This organization strives "to bring Chris- 
tian youth of Potomac State College into closer contact with the 
church and to deepen their devotional life through recreation 
and fellowship." Constructive programs are presented by the 
various members at the meetings which are held each Sunday 
evening. 

The Christian Youth Fellowship co-sponsored Religious Em- 
phasis Week and sponsored the Pre-Easter Communion and 
Pre-Easter worship services for Protestant students. It also 
participated in several campus social events. 

OFFICERS 

President Raymond Campbell 

Vice-President Norma Amtower 

Secretary Blanche Turner 

Treasurer June Brown 



Norma Amtower 
Carolyn Biser 
Martha Bonafield 
June Brown 
Linda Byers 
Raymond Campbell 
Judith Channell 
Betty Criner 
Mary Finnell 



Delores Fitzgerald 
Nancy Hamara 
Mary K. Hammond 
Patricia Harness 
Julia Hathaway 
Oliver Hawk 
Thomas Hood 
Geren Knight 
Cheryl Maderia 



MEMBERS 

Barbara Malone 
James Malone 
Nancy Manning 
Dottie Markwood 
Charles Murphy 
Caroline McArthur 
Marion Reed 
Loretta Reger 
Bernadine Rollins 



John Rush 
Robert Sill 
John Sligar 
Earl Stutler 
Christopher Tatham 
Blanche Turner 
Carol Wear 
Harry Webb 
Sandra Welshonce 




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NEWMAN CLUB 



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OFFICERS 

President Thomas J. Mera'vi 

Vice-President John Giantonio 

Secretary Barbara Groch'owski 

Treasurer Pat Fleming 



MEMBERS 



Mary Burfield 
Paul Cross 
Lewis Dinicola 
Mary Dorsey 
Charles Grossman 
Mary Handlan 
Patricia Hanlin 
Richard Hartnett 
Donald Hill 
Tylyn Huffman 



Joseph Jackson 
Elizabeth Kapp 
Frederick Kroll 
Claudia Lovering 
Helen Martina 
Vincent Martina 
Louis Martino 
Charles Miller 
Judith Mokosh 
Raymond Netzel 



John Oliverio 
Edward Pouch 
Richard Pirozzi 
Nancy Rice 
Kathrine Riedel 
John Rhul 
Kevin Ryan 
James Shaffer 
Rudolph Sosna 
James Spadafore 



The Newman Club is a national Catholic organization, brought 
to Potomac State College in the spring of 1948. Its purposes are 
to foster the spiritual, intellectural, and social interests of 
Catholic students of the college. The group is a member of the 
National Newman Club Federation and of the Middle Atlantic 
Province. The Rev. John J. O'Connell, pastor of the Church of 
the Assumption, Keyser, is chaplain of the club, and a faculty 
member of the college serves in an advisory capacity. At one of 
the two monthly meetings talks on religious or social subjects 
are given by visiting speakers. 



Armando Spagnolo 
Joseph Strange 
James Sullivan 
Vern Svatos 
Kenneth Turner 
John Wade 
William Williams 
Albert Wuestefeld 



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Mr. J. Kenna Burke 

Sponsor 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President Sue Wimer 

Vice President Sara Daugherty 

Secretary-Treasurer Margaret White 




The Home Economics Club began its twenty-seventh year with 
zeal and enthusiasm. Its purpose: to further interest in home 
economics and create a clearer image of the home economist, 
to strive for personal development, and promote good will, was 
put into performance. 









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Mrs. Elizabeth Hanlin 

Sponsor 



The highlights of the activities for this 
year began with the sale of mums, followed 
by the participation in the homecoming 
parade with the Agriculture Club. A demon- 
stration on the preparation of food was given 
by a representative from a local utility com- 
pany. Members visited a display of Christ- 
mas decorations, sponsored by a local busi- 
ness firm. Our club joined with the State 
Home Economics Club in the program to 
interpret home economics to the high school 
students, and served as hostess to the East- 



ern Region of Future Home Economics Con- 
ference. Trips to the West Virginia Pulp 
and Paper Company, the Potomac State 
Farm, and Washington, D. C. were entertain- 
ing as well as informative. Other activities 
included serving as aides for receptions and 
attending church services each semester as 
a group. 

Membership in the club is not limited to 
home economics majors, but is open to any 
student. This year, seven non-majors became 
members of the club. 




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AGRICULTURE CLUB 







Since its beginning on the campus in 
1954, the Agriculture Club has maintained 
its purpose of furthering the professional 
and social interests of the members. To be- 
come a member of the Agriculture Club, a 
student must major in the field of agricul- 
ture, forestry, or veterinary medicine. 

Along with the Home Economics Club, the 
Agriculture Club entered a float in the an- 
nual Homecoming Parade. Again with the 



Home Economics Club, the group visited 
Washington, D. C. Included in the tour was a 
visit to the Department of Agriculture and 
Economics. 

At the monthly meetings, agricultural 
films and slides were shown. At the last 
monthly meeting, the most outstanding sop- 
homore agriculture student was selected on 
the basis of leadership ability and several 
other qualifying points. 



OFFICERS 

President James Carpenter 

Vice President Max Park 

Secretary Gary Henshaw 

Treasurer Richard Wood 

Reporter Roger Galf ord 



Milton April 
Manly Bruce 
James Carpenter 
John Clay 
Norman Delawder 
Roger Galford 
Benjamin Gay 
David Helmick 
Gary Henshaw 
Nelson Jennings 



MEMBERS 

Ronald Johnson 
Tony Keen 
Robert Lawson 
Roger Loudin 
Earl Mathias 
William Millison 
James Neil 
Raymond Netzel 
Max Park 
Calvin Sharp 



Turner Sharp 
Chris Tatham 
Vaughn Thomas 
Frank Van Amburgh 
Wayne Warder 
Ronald Wise 
Richard Wood 
Teddy Yokum 




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Mr. Kenneth Malone 

Sponsor 



WOMEN'S RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION 




The Women's Residence Association, es- 
tablished on December 7, 1944, consists of the 
women living in Reynolds Hall. The purpose 
of this organization is to promote the amic- 
ability of the girls and to help plan the social 
life on campus. 

Among its activities, the association de- 
corates for the annual Homecoming, and 



sponsors an annual Christmas Party. The 
House Council, comprised of officers of the 
association, acts as the governing body for 
women. Through a social forum held twice 
monthly, an opportunity is given girls in 
residence and girls living in approved homes, 
to discuss and learn proper social usage for 
college women. 



MEMBERS 



Leanne Arkey 
Julia Astfalk 
Martha J. Bonafield 
Bonnie L. Brown 
Mary Nell Burfield 
Linda L. Byers 
Roberta J. Calvert 
Connie C. Casto 
Gail E. Coylard 
Penny L. Conley 
Wendie L. Corbin 
Betty Criner 
Gayle J. Crisi 
Mary L. Dawson 



Helen G. Demoise 
Yvonne Eddicks 
Joyce E. Fike 
Patricia Fleming 
Ann E. Fulmer 
Carolyn L. Guy 
Mary K. Hammond 
Patricia A. Harness 
Elizabeth A. Harris 
Julia B Hathaway 
Linda L. Hinschlager 
Nancy P. Hooper 
Mary Jenkins 
Sandra J. Kahler 



L. Elaine Kalbaugh 
Marlene K. Looney 
Claudia C. Lovering 
Hilda S. Loy 
Cheryl M. Maderia 
Barbara L. Malone 
Nancy A. Manning 
Dottie S. Markwood 
Susanne Marston 
Corrine V. Miller 
Sharon L. Minnix 
Judith A. Mokosh 
Susannah M. Nesbitt 
Barbara S. Nicholson 



Ingrid Pearson 
Cecelia Perrine 
Mary G. Pfost 
Victoria E. Price 
Darlene Reel 
Carol A. Rhodes 
Luann Rockenstein 
Ann L. Ruck 
Susan B. Sadtler 
Carol J. Swisher 
Blanche E. Turner 
Louise A. Voelker 
Shirley A. Walling 
Carol L. Wear 



OFFICERS 

President Marlene K. Looney 

Vice-President Louise Voelker 

Secretary Claudia Lovering 

Treasurer Barbara Malone 

Social Chairman Cecelia Perrine 




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Dr. Imogene Dever 

Sponsor 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

President Sharon Minnix 

Vice-President Roberta Calvert 

Secretary Gail Colyard 

Treasurer Hilda Loy 

Social Chairman Kathy Wilcox 



MEMBERS 



Lynn Brodengeyer 
June Brown 
Linda Byers 
Vida Cuppett 
Ann Fulmer 
Elaine Kalbaugh 
Carol Myers 
Vicki Price 



Carol Rhodes 
Barbara Rice 
Luann Rockenstein 
Barbara Ryon 
Ann Snider 
Louise Voelker 
Shirley Walling 
Mischele Ward 




, 



Miss Margaret Rafter 

Sponsor 



"A sport for every woman and every 
woman for a sport" is the motto of the Wo- 
men's Athletic Association. W.A.A. was or- 
ganized to popularize athletics and provide 
leisure time activities for Potomac State 
women. 

The organization aims to develop stand- 
ards of leadership and sportsmanship and 
to promote those activities which may be 
adapted to the leisure time of later life. In- 



tramural games for women are bowling, 
volleyball, basketball, ping pong, and bad- 
minton. 

The club is open to all women enrolled at 
Potomac State. A total of two hundred fifty 
points entitles a member to an emblem. 
These points are acquired by participation 
in tournaments, attending meetings and oth- 
er activities. Each year W.A.A. makes cor- 
sages for mothers on Parents' Day. 




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ENGINEERS CLUB 




The Engineers Club is a campus organi- 
zation composed of Freshmen and Sopho- 
more Engineer majors at Potomac State 
College. It has been in existence since 1932 
and provides for the student engineer a pro- 
fessional atmosphere to go along with his 
academic life on the campus. Freshmen be- 
come members through participation in the 
Engineering Orientation Program. Visiting 
professional engineers speak to the mem- 



bers, industrial films are shown at the meet- 
ings, and trips are taken to industrial plants 
in the area. The organization's main purpose 
is to lend a professional atmosphere needed 
by student engineers as a stepping stone for 
association with local, state, and national 
Professional Engineering Societies when the 
student graduates in some field of engi- 
neering. 



OFFICERS 

President . David Page 

Vice President Robert Crai 

Secretary Kenneth Turner 

Treasurer Edward Shearer 

FRESHMEN: George Bennett, Montford Burgess, Delmas Consner, Robert 
Craig, David Disque, David Ellis, Robert Hall, Glenn Harman, Edward 
Hartman, Gerald Hott, Gary King, Harold Lynch, Ward Masden, William 
Nesbitt, David Page, Frederick Roscoe, Edward Shearer, Donnie Shields, 
Patrick Smith, John Stealey, Kenneth Turner, Lowell Whipp, Fairley Work- 
man, John Umstot. 

SOPHOMORES: Thomas Barrett, Kermit Becker, John Bergman, Emmette 
Boone, Walter Campbell, David Felton, Charles Greathouse, Howard Hatala, 
David Hollen, Charles Homan, David Keller, Thomas Kooken, Robert Lind- 
say, Wayne McClintic, Ernest Miller, James Miller, Jeffrey Montgomery, 
James Mowbray, Gary Nield, David Neupert, Charles Pyles, Ronald Schwen- 
inger, Donald Shields, Terry Stanhagen. 



Mr. Walter A. Jaworek 

Sponsor 




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POTOMAC STATE SINGERS 



One of the oldest, most active, and most popular college or- 
ganizations is the Potomac State Singers. This group was organ- 
ized in 1926 to give students in singing an opportunity to enjoy 
group participation in the art. Since its beginning, the Singers' 
group has grown quite large, and now consists of fifty-two mem- 
bers. 

The Singers organization is composed of a women's chorus, 
a men's chorus, and mixed chorus. They take part in the Relig- 
ious Emphasis Week programs, and have a large part in the 
Annual Spring Music Festival sponsored by the Keyser Kiwanis 
Club. The highlight of the winter season was the presentation 
of a Christmas cantata which was sung before the Keyser 
Rotary Club and the college as the Christmas Convocation. One 
of the more enjoyable activities was the visit to high schools 
in West Virginia and Maryland this spring. To climax their 
year's activities, the Singers provided music for the college 
commencement exercises. 

President Charles Homan 




Mr. Leonard Withers 

Director 



MEMBERS 



Joseph Adams 
Julia Astfalk 
John Batcheller 
Robert Bell 
Sandra Brown 
Sharon Carpenter 
Kathryn Carvey 
Carolyn Castelli 
Wayne Dare 
Larry Dickerson 
Lee Drainer 
Ervin Fink 
Mary Finnell 



Delores Fitzgerald 
Joseph Frye 
Harold Grayson 
Barbara Grochowski 
Nancy Hamara 
Nancy Hartman 
Mary Handlan 
Richard Hartnett 
Hugh Hollingsworth 
Charles Homan 
Richard Johns 
Louise Kister 
Barbara Knott 



Ralph Long 
Cheryl Maderia 
Barbara Malone 
Carolyn Martin 
Paula McDowell 
Raymond Netzel 
Barbara O'Rear 
George Ott 
Mary Ellen Rasel 
Darlene Reel 
Louann Rockenstein 
Bernadine Rollins 
Susan Sadtler 



John Smith 
Anna Snider 
Martin Stone 
John Sutton 
Jane Swisher 
Dennis Testa 
Norma Umstot 
Sandra Welshonce 
Tom Westfall 
Lowell Whipp 
Margaret White 
Gary Williams 
Linda Wiltison 




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POTOMAC STATE DANCE BAND 




Ralph Baker 
Thomas Barrett 
John Batcheller 
Steven Curry 
Douglas Donohoe 
Ervin Fink 
Woodrow Harper 



Mr. Charles Whitehill 

Director of all Bands 



MEMBERS 



Bryan Jones 



Robert Lyons 
Robert Mitchell 
Bernadine Rollins 
James Spangler 
Beverly Whitehead 
Gary Williams 
Ronald Wise 



The Potomac State College Dance Band, 
under the direction of Mr. Charles Whitehill, 
affords the members experience in the field 
of dance music. Membership in this credit 
course is open to any student by audition. In 
addition to the regular music available for 
dance bands, this group varies its sound by 
using special arrangements by Mr. Whitehill 
and by using small combos and soloists. 



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The Stage Band made several appearances 
at school functions during the year such as 
the Faculty Reception, the Parent's Day 
Convocation and the Circle K Convention. 
It also appeared in two spring concerts in 
addition to the annual spring tour to neigh- 
boring high schools in conjunction with the 
Potomac State Singers. 



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POTOMAC STATE CONCERT BAND 





The Potomac State College Concert Band 
is a credit course available to both men and 
women. Participation in the Concert Band 
enables students to continue their musical 
training. The Concert Band devotes its time 
to the study and performance of band litera- 
ture of the highest quality. 



The Concert Band, under the direction of 
Mr. Charles Whitehall, presented a spring 
concert on the college campus and also par- 
ticipated in the Annual Music Festival spon- 
sored by the Keyser Kiwanis Club. 

Concluding the concert season, the band 
played for the graduation exercises in May. 



Joseph Adams 
Michael Babyak 
Ralph Baker 
Thomas Barrett 
John Batcheller 
Robert Bell 
Carolyn Biser 
Walter Bosserman 
Martin Bourkland 
Sharon Carpenter 
Kathryn Carvey 
William Chidester 
Wendi Corbin 
Steven Curry 



MEMBERS 

Douglas Donohoe 
Ervin Fink 
Woodrow Harper 
Richard Hartnett 
Bryan Jones 
Betty Kapp 
Robert Klinestiver 
Ralph Long 
Robert Lyons 
Carol Machemer 
Robert Mitchell 
Francis Old 
George Ott 
Max Park 



Walter Rex 
Susan Sadtler 
Robert Seymour 
Ralph Sharp 
James Spangler 
John Stein 
Jane Swisher 
Wayne Warder 
Lee Weekley 
Margaret White 
Gary Williams 
Ronald Wise 



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ROTH MILITARY HONORARY SOCIETY 




Capt. Ernest Ackiss 

Sponsor 



ROTH Military Honorary Society was 
formed in 1953 to represent the Reserve 
Officers Training Corp Unit at Potomac 
State College. Colonel Samuel Roth, 
then professor of Military Science and 
Tactics at West Virginia University, 
was responsible for the ROTC Unit here 
at Potomac State. The organization was 
named in his honor. 

The society's chief objective is to 
honor outstanding ROTC students who 
have demonstrated qualities of leader- 
ship and have achieved a high military 
and academic standing. To be invited 
into ROTH, a student must attain an 
average military science grade of "B" 
or better and an overall academic grade 
of "C" or above. The ROTH colors, red 
and white, are displayed in the ribbon 
and fourragere worn by all members in 
addition to the ROTC uniform. 




SP5 John Golaboff 

Sponsor 



ROTH annually sponsors the ROTC Rifle 
Team, the Military Ball, the Fall Banquet, 
the sprink cookout, and a float in the Home- 
coming Parade. Also, the organization 



responsible for the performance of ceremo- 
nial activities of a military nature in connec- 
tion with Potomac State College activities. 



is 



Ralph Alkire 
Kermit Becker 
Robert Baer 
Ralph Baker 
Thomas Barrett 
John Bergman 
William Bingman 
Scott Bosley 
Robert Burke 
Charles Buzzard 
Raymond Campbell 
John Carney 
Harrison Chambers 
Ross Cline 
James Courrier 
Dale Crabtree 
John Dailey 
David Dillon 
George Dorsey 
Lawrence Elder 
David Felton 



MEMBERS 



Ervin Fink 
Ernest Giles 
Charles Greathouse 
Lowell Haga 
Lewis Hankes 
Howard Hatala 
Oliver Hawk 
David Hollen 
Charles Homan 
Harry Kelso 
Geren Knight 
Fredrick Kroll 
Jerry Larke 
Robert Lindsey 
Wayne McClintic 
James Mclntire 
Charles Rager 
Jeffrey Webber 
William Duncan 
Charles Kalbaugh 
Lawrence DeBerry 



James Malone 
Louis Martino 
Thomas Meravi 
Ei-nest Miller 
James Miller 
Jeff Montgomery 
James Mowbray 
Robert Mullen 
Raymond Nuepert 
David Noble 
Edward Nuhfer 
Max Park 
Edward Pouch 
James Rittenhour 
Clarence Robinson 
Ronald Schwenninger 
Donald Shaffer 
Donald Shields 
George Shoemaker 
Benjamin Sill 
Armando Spagnola 



David Stalnaker 
Terry Stanhagen 
James Staub 
Earl Stutler 
William Thomas 
David Weaver 
James Willetts 
Ronald Wills 
Richard Wood 
Robert Clements 
Harry Clark 
Patrick Sherman 
Thomas Goss 
John Rush 
Homer May 
William Ashcraft 
Charles Pyles 
Erlend Mathias 
John Hamilton 
David VanZant 
James Spadafore 



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ROTH PLEDGES FOR 1 963 




OFFICERS 

Commander Charles Homan Treasurer Thomas Meravi 

Executive Officer William Bingman Information Officer Scott Bosley 

Secretary Raymond Campbell Chaplain James Staub 



Capt. Ernest L. Ackiss 
U. S. Army 



ADVISORS 



SP5 John V. Golaboff 
U. S. Army 




ROTH PLEDGES FOR 1 963 



MILITARY MARCHING BAND 




The ROTC Marching Band is under the 
direction of Mr. Charles Whitehall. Band 
members may earn additional ROTC merits 
for participation and also earn college credit 
if they continue into the Concert Band, as 
most do. 

The Band is most active during the fall 



season when it contributes much to the spirit 
of the school by performing at all home foot- 
ball games and pep rallies. The band pro- 
vides the music for the ROTC noon forma- 
tions. The ROTC Band participated in the 
Veteran's Day parade, the Homecoming pa- 
rade, and the Keyser Christmas parade. 



Joseph Adams 
Michael Babyak 
Ralph Baker 
Thomas Barrett 
John Batcheller 
Robert Bell 
Walter Bosserman 
Martin Bourkland 
William Chidester 
Steven Curry 



MEMBERS 

Douglas Donohoe 
Ervin Fink 
Woodrow Harper 
Richard Hartnett 
Bryan Jones 
Robert Klinestiver 
Ralph Long 
Robert Lyons 
Robert Mitchell 
Francis Old 
George Ott 



Max Park 
Walter Rex 
Robert Seymour 
Ralph Sharp 
James Spangler 
John Stein 
Wayne Warder 
Lee Weekley 
Gary Williams 
Ronald Wise 




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CATAMOUNT RIFLE TEAM 





The Catamount Rifle Club, sponsored 
by the Military ' Department and the 
Roth Honorary Society? is one of sev- 
eral competitive sports offered to Poto- 
3,-, . mac State Students. Through its affilia- 

^fe» I tion with the National Rifle Associa- 

tion, the team participates in the NRA 
sectionals, which were held this year at 
West Virginia University. Also through 
the NRA, the students have the oppor- 
tunity of working as Certified Assist- ^^■to^ — \ 
ant Rifle Instructors at summer camps 
Z__ throughout the United States. 
•S& A number of returning lettermen, ( i 
along with several experienced fresh- ^k 
v w ($& men, enabled the team to compile an X I \ 
impressive record, which indicates that 

„ , „ „ the team won over 80% of their match- 

Capt. Paul Rofrano eg ^- g f SFC Joseph Gravens 

Team Sponsor ' Marksmanship has become an in- Team Coach 

creasingly popular sport on the college 
campus, and this year, the team added 
two girls to its roster. 

TEAM MEMBERS 

Ralph W. Baker — James D. Evans Erlend L. Mathias Ronald L. Schwenninger 

Team Captain Johnny E. Haines Gary B. Norris Roger A. Sites 

Donald T. Blandin Richard E. Lyons Edward B. Nuhfer Ronald J. Sosna 

Lawrence B. DeBerry Barbara L. Malone Charles T. Pyles William G. Thomas 

William M. Duncan Ward B. Masden — Susan B. Sadtler 

Team Coach 

OFFICERS 

President Ralph W. Baker 

Vice-President Ward B. Masden 

Executive Officer Ronald L. Schwenninger 

Secretary Susan B. Sadtler 

Treasurer Barbara L. Malone 




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PANHELLENIC 




Panhellenic Council, the governing forum 
of the Greek letter organizations, promotes 
good fellowship and cooperation among the 
fraternities and sororities, assists in main- 
taining esprit de corps and engenders within 
the student body high ideals of life, charac- 
ter and citizenship. 



Eighteen elected representatives from the 
six social organizations meet on the second 
Tuesday of each month as prescribed by the 
group's constitution. Of primary concern was 
the regulating and controlling of Rush Week 
activities and fraternal participation in cam- 
pus elections. 



OFFICERS 

President Ann Fulmer 

Vice President Jerry Knight 

Secretary Sue Wimer 




Ray Campbell 
Carolyn Guy 
Ann Fulmer 
David Hollen 



MEMBERS 

Sylvia Kady 
Jerry Knight 
Carol Machamer 
Louis Martino 



Mike Perry 
Cindy Welshonce 
Sue Wimer 



Mr. David G. Nuzum 

Sponsor 



SIGMA PHI OMEGA 




OFFICERS 

President Julia Hathaway 

Vice-President Bernadine Rollins 

Secretary-Treasurer Nancy M. Miller 

Faculty Representative Kenneth F. Haines 

STUDENT MEMBERS 



Norma Amtower 
Jean Bonafield 
James Carpenter 
Constance Casto 
Harrison Chambers 
Ervin Fink 
Ann Fulmer 
Barbara Grochowski 



This year Sigma Phi Omega, the Honor 
Society of Potomac State College, will cele- 
brate its fortieth birthday. Founded in 1923 
to foster scholarship and campus citizenship, 
the organization strives to uphold the ideals 
of its founders. It is still a local fraternity 
with its own constitution, ritual, insignia, and 
traditions. 

Each year Sigma Phi Omega makes cer- 
tain traditional contributions to the campus 
life. As it draws its membership from all 
groups, it is proper that it should sponsor the 
two convocations honoring Potomac State or- 
ganizations. This year at the KNOW YOUR 
ORGANIZATIONS convocation held for 
freshmen shortly after the opening of school, 
Sigma Phi Omega presented the roster of 



Nancy Hamara 
David Hollen 
Marlene Looney 
James Malone 
James Mclntire 
Edward Nuhfer 
David Stalnaker 
Sandra Welshonce 




Dr. Nancy M. Miller 

Sponsor 



all campus leaders and described the history 
and objectives of the various organizations 
they represented. In May it again sponsored 
the RECOGNITION DAY CONVOCATION, 
where honor was bestowed upon leadership 
and achievement in every field of college life. 
The formal initiation of new members and 
the banquet honoring them and their parents 
also has an important place on the college 
calendar. 

Members of Sigma Phi Omega recognize 
the honor and responsibility which member- 
ship entails, and they strive to uphold high 
standards of scholarship, to participate in 
student activities, and to co-operate with the 
college at all times. 



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ETA UPSILON GAMMA 



OFFICERS 

President Cindy Welshonce 

Vice President Kay Looney 

Secretary Louise Voelker 

Treasurer Gail Colyard 

AD AMAS Editor Hilda Loy 

Sergeant-at-Arms Jodie Perrine 

Chaplain Mary Jenkins 




Eta Upsilon Gamma, founded at Chris- 
tian College, Columbia, Missouri, in 1901, is 
the oldest national junior college sorority 
in the National College Panhellenic. The aims 
of Eta Upsilon Gamma are to stimulate 
school spirit, to promote scholarship and 
achievement, and to enrich and broaden 
friendship. 

A successful rush party in the lounge of 
Davis Hall with the theme "Gamma Land," 
started the sororities activities in the fall. 
In November the annual Harvest Swing, with 
a unique motif of a Japanese autumn, was 
sponsored by the Gammas and their brother 
fraternity, Theta Sigma Chi. In December, 
the Gammas exchanged gifts and were hos- 
tesses of the Christmas party given for the 
Thetas in the Davis Hall Lounge. 

In February the members sponsored a 



"Welcome Back to Second Semester" dance, 
with proceeds going to the Biennial Conclave 
fund. March held another money-raising pro- 
ject and a party given by the Thetas. 

The climax of the year was the annual 
Gamma-Theta spring banquet held in honor 
of departing sophomores. 

Honors bestowed upon Eta Upsilon Gamma 
members during the year include: Kay 
Looney, Mary Jenkins, Louise Voelker, In- 
grid Pearson, and Caroline Guy who served 
as R.O.T.C. Sponsors ; Mary Jenkins, Penny 
Conley, Joyce Fike, Kathy Carvey, and Carol 
Miers were cheerleaders ; Kay Looney, Louise 
Voelker, and Jodie Perrine held the top of- 
fices in the Women's Residence Association; 
and Kay Looney was crowned Queen of the 
Harvest Swing. 




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Valla Bartlett 
Kathy Carvey 
Penelope Conley 
Betty Criner 
Rebecca Daughtery 
Joyce Fike 
Betty Harris 
Elaine Kalbaugh 
Betty Kapp 
Beulah Liken 
Claudia Lovering 
Bonnie McAvoy 



MEMBERS 

Carol McVicker 
Carol Miers 
Marie Miller 
Mary Miller 
Barbara Nicholson 
Victoria Price 
Judy Tetrick 
Mischele Ward 
Dinah Wells 
Mary Nell Burfield 
Roberta Calvert 
Gail Colyard 



Carolyn Guy 
Linda Hinschlager 
Mary Jenkins 
Kay Looney 
Hilda Loy 
Marjorie Nichols 
Ingrid Pearson 
Jodie Perrine 
Lou Ann Rockenstein 
Louise Voelker 
Cindy Welshonce 






Miss Irene Brown 

Sponsor 



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Miss Virginia Johnson 

Sponsor 



THETA SIGMA CHI 



Page Adams 
Thomas Arnold 
William Ashcraft 
Robert Baer 
Wallace Bennett 
William Bingman 
Scott Bosley 
Charles Buzzard 
Raymond Campbell 
John Carney 
James Courrier 
William Chidister 
Michael Dransfield 
Kenneth Fuhrman 
John Giantonio 
John Groden 



MEMBERS 





Mike Perry 
Steven Reckenwald 
James Rittenhour 
Neil Rodamer 
Thomas Ross 
John Rush 
John Shelton 
David Shinn 
Ashby Smith 
Patrick Smith 
James Smith 
James Spadafore 
Terry Stanhagan 
James Staub 
David VanZant 
James Willetts 



John Hamilton 
Thomas Hawkins 
Thomas Hood 
Gerald Hott 
William Knott 
Robert Klinestiver 
Herbert Lambert 
Paul Lamm 



Harold Lynch 
Homer May 
James McGovern 
James Miller 
William Millerson 
Jeffery Montgomery 
Michael Morgan 
Charles Murphy 



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The Theta Sigma Fraternity was founded 
on the campus of Potomac State College in 
1922. The fraternity promotes character, 
fellowship, scholarship, and school spirit. 

Theta Sigma Chi participated in many 
college sponsored events; tied for the best 
decorated float of the Greek letter organi- 
zations in the Homecoming Parade, spon- 
sored the Harvest Swing in co-operation with 
their sister sorority, conducted the election 
of Miss Catamount during Homecoming 
weekend, and received the President's Scho- 
lastic Award for the highest scholastic av- 
erage of the fraternal Greek letter organi- 



zations. 

The organization proudly points to the 
accomplishments of their men. Raymond 
Campbell was president of the CYF. James 
Rittenhour was vice president of the Circle 
K. James Staub was secretary of Circle K. 
William Bingman was honored as Secretary 
of West Virginia District Circle K, and also 
Executive Officer of Roth. Robert Baer 
served as President of Circle K and reigned 
as King of the Harvest Swing. 

Other activities of the fraternity included 
various informal parties, a rush party and 
the annual picnic. 




OFFICERS 

President Raymond Campbell 

Vice President James Rittenhour 

Secretary Robert Baer 

Treasurer John Carney 

Chaplain William Bingman 

Sergeant at Arms Thomas Hawkins 

Pledge Master David VanZant 



Mr. E. L. Dayton 

Sponsor 



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OFFICERS 

President Sylvia Kady 

Vice President Sue Wimer 

Secretary Susan Walker 

Treasurer Susannah Nesbitt 

Historian Constance Casto 

Chaplain Wendie Corbin 



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Judy Stutler Boyer 
Carolyn Castelli 
Constance Casto 
Wendie Corbin 
Phyllis Hodge 
Barbara Malone 



MEMBERS 

Sylvia Kady 



Susannah Nesbitt 
Katherine Reidel 
Susan Sadtler 
Susan Walker 
Linda Wiltison 
Sue Wimer 




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KAPPA DELTA PSI 




Anne Withers 

Sponsor 



Kappa Delta Psi was founded on the 
campus of Potomac State College April 
26, 1951. The objectives of this sorority 
are to further scholarship, to stimulate 
school spirit, to promote high moral 
standards, to develop a close feeling of 
friendship among its members and loy- 
alty to Potomac State College. 

The sorority began its 1962-63 activi- 
ties with a rush party for the fresh- 
man women at the home of Miss Sue 
Wimer, with a Hawaiian theme, "Kap- 
pa Luau." Instead of the usual Thanks- 
giving basket this year, the group do- 
nated a meal ticket to a student at 
Keyser Elementary School. A dinner for 
the patroness of the sorority was held 
at Barton's Restaurant replacing the 
Christmas Party. The second semester 
brought with it new pledges to the so- 




Elizabeth Hanlin 

Sponsor 



rority ; several informal parties with the 
brother fraternity, Phi Kappa Omega; the 
highly successful Easter Ball ; and, to climax 
the year, the freshman girls staged a Spring 
Banquet for the departing sophomore "big 
sisters." A highlight of the Spring Banquet 
was again the presentation of a check to the 
Alumni Foundation Scholarship Fund. 

Honors bestowed upon Kappa Delta Psi 
members during the year include: Carolyn 
Castelli, Miss Catamount; Susan Sadtler, 



President of The Players and Vice President 
of Delta Psi Omega ; Barbara Malone, Treas- 
urer of Women's Resident Association ; Su- 
san Sadtler and Barbara Malone, the only 
female members of the Rifle Team; Con- 
stance Casto, Editor of the CATAMOUNT 
and elected to Sigma Phi Omega ; Sue Wimer, 
President of the Home Economics Club and 
Secretary of Panhellenic ; and Susan Walker, 
Business Manager of the PASQUINO. 




KAPPA OFFICERS MEET 



PHI KAPPA OMEGA 



PLEDGES 



Frank Abruzzino 
Nick Accamando 
Thomas Baber 
Jerry Bryan 
Bob Engle 
C. J. Fetchero 
Gary Hall 
Phil Hall 



Donald Hill 
Jim Hovey 
John Kaylor 
Robert Lawson 
Lucien Lenhart 
Bob Longergan 
Ralph Long 
Charles Miller 




Jack Narbut 
Francis Old 
Walter Pennino 
Richard Pirozzi 
Jeff Rafter 
Donnie Shields 
Courtland Smith 
Joseph Strange 



Dennis Testa 
Bob Thorne 
Dave Vennari 
Steve Wells 
Joe Williams 
Harry Webb 



ACTIVES 



John Bergman 
Bob Clements 
John Fitzgerald 
Gary Furgeson 
Fred Kroll 
Jerry Lark 



Louis Martino 
Jim Mclntire 
Tom Meravi 
Ed Nuhfer 
Norman Pingley 
Ivan Pinnell 



Charles Rager 
Lou Robinson 
Kevin Ryan 
Don Shaffer 
Dee Shields 
Armando Spagnolo 



Dave Stalnaker 
Bill Thomas 
John Wade 
Carl Washington 
Albie Westifield 



The Phi Kappa Omega Fraternity was or- 
ganized at Potomac State College in 1949. 
The fraternity works steadily to promote 
high scholastic standings, sound moral char- 
acter, and a fraternal spirit among the 
members. 

The men of Phi Kappa Omega point proud- 
ly to their 1962-63 achievements. Brother 
Louis Martino served as President of the 
sophomore class and Don Shaffer served as 
Vice-president. Jim Mclntire was President 
of the Omni-Sci Club. C. J. Fetchero was the 
vice-president of the freshman class. The 
Kappa float won first prize in the homecom- 
ing parade for the most attractive Greek 
Letter entry- The Kappas also have the larg- 



est pledge class of any other fraternity on 
campus. The Kappa candidate for homecom- 
ing queen won and reigned over the home- 
coming festival. 

In co-operation with the sister sorority, 
Kappa Delta Psi, we held the annual Easter 
Ball, which once again was the spotlight of 
the social activities on campus. Throughout 
the college year the Fraternity held several 
informal parties with their sister sorority. 
The year was climaxed with the annual 
spring banquet and picnic. 

The bands which were established with 
the other brothers will long be remembered 
by us all. 




OFFICERS 

President Armando Spagnolo 

Vice-President David Stalnaker 

Secretary James Mclntire 

Treasurer Louis Martino 

Chaplain Fred Kroll 

Parliamentarian Charles Rager 




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Dr. Allen E. Murphy 

Sponsor 



PHI KAPPA OMEGA 





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SIGMA IOTA CHI 




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Sigma Iota Chi was founded in 1903 by Captain Greer A. 
Duncan, and it is now the largest National Junior College Soror- 
ity in the United States. Epsilon Chapter was founded at Poto- 
mac State in 1923. 

The purpose of the girls in Sigma is to perfect and partici- 
pate in the true meaning of sisterhood ; to forget themselves 
as individuals and to be mindful of others ; to establish friend- 
ship and sisterly love; and to contribute to the betterment of 
women. A good scholastic and citizenship standing is stressed 
as are the responsibilities toward the college. 



The rush party was held at the home of 
Mrs. Marie Coffman, and of the rushees, 
forty-three accepted Sigma bids. The mem- 
bers provided baskets of food for two needy 
families at Christmas as a local project. Sig- 
mas also have a campus and a national 
project. 

Miss Dolores Fitzgerald was the Sigma 



candidate for "Miss Catamount." Miss Ann 
Fulmer served as President of Panhellenic 
for the first semester. Miss Nancy Hamara 
was chosen Queen of the Christmas Ball 
sponsored by the Phi Sigma Nu fraternity, 
and Miss Jean Bonafield reigned as Queen of 
the Sweetheart Ball sponsored by the Sigmas. 




SIGMA IOTA CHI 




Julia Astfalk 
Elaine Ack 
Doris Bennett 
Carolyn Biser 
Sharon Carpenter 
Sandra Compton 
Gayle Crisi 
Vida Cuppett 
Grace Demoise 
Mary Dorsey 
Elinor Drane 
Barbara Fileti 
Janet Foley 



MEMBERS 



Mary Lou Finnell 
Delores Fitzgerald 
Barbara Grochowski 
Mary Kay Hammond 
Molly Handlan 
Pat Hanlin 
Patty Harness 
Nancy Hartman 
Nancy Hooper 
Neva Hoffman 
Tylyn Huffman 
Sandi Kahler 
Karen Keller 



Joanne Killiam 
Louise Kister 
Helen Lewis 
Cheryl Maderia 
Nancy Manning 
Susan Marston 
Corrine Miller 
Judith Mokosh 
Caroline McArthur 
Paula McDowell 
Mary Lou Nuss 
Barbara O'Rear 
Hilda Pancake 



Brenda Pugh 
Jeannie Ramsey 
Carol Rhodes 
Clara Belle Reel 
Carolyn Root 
Marcella Ryan 
Barbara Ryon 
Delores Starnes 
Irene Strong 
Anna Kathryn Snyder 
Sue Wagner 




Miss Frances Sarullo 

Sponsor 



OFFICERS 

Worthy Matron . . . Carol Machamer 
Worthy Protectress .... Ann Fulmer 
Worthy Scribe . . Nancy Ann Breinig 
Worthy Treasurer . . Jean Bonafield 

Worthy Guard Leanne Arkley 

Literary Chairman . . Nancy Hamara 

Worthy Directress Nancy Rice 

Chaplain Norma Amtower 

Historian Mary Ellen Rasel 

Parchment Ed. . . Becky Harshbarger 



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Miss Margaret Rafter 

Sponsor 



PHI SIGMA NU 




OFFICERS 

President David Hollen 

Vice President James Malone 

Secretary John Dailey 

Treasurer Raymond Neupert 

Representative to Panhellenic 

Geren Knight 




Mr. James T. Handlan 

Sponsor 



MEMBERS 



Steve Bennett 
Martin Bourkland 
Roger Crites 
John Dailey 
Charles Ezell 
Ray Harris 
Howard Hatala 



Geren Knight 
David Hollen 
Ernest Layman 
James Malone 
Ward Masden 
Ray McManis 
Paul Morris 



Raymond Neupert 
Edward Pouch 
Roger Robinette 
John Ruhl 
Robert Seymour 
Edward Shearer 
John Smith 



John Stealey 
William Stein 
James Stutler 
Richard Thompson 
Roy Walker 



Phi Sigma Nu, founded in 1922, has been 
an outstanding social fraternity on the camp- 
us of Potomac State College. The fraternity 
was granted a charter by the National Col- 
lege Panhellenic and is designated Beta Chap- 
ter. 

Phi Sigma Nu began the year with a suc- 
cessful and entertaining pledge party during 
the fall "Rush Week" which netted the fra- 
ternity its potential new members. In the 
fall activities on the campus of the college, 
Phi Sigma Nu was awarded the prize for hav- 
ing the most original float in the Homecom- 
ing parade. 

The annual and traditional Christmas Ball 
sponsored by the fraternity was as usual a 
distinguished social event on the campus, 
with brother John Dailey reigning as "King 
of Winter" with Nancy Hamara, elected by 
the brothers from their sister sorority, as 
his "Queen." In February, Brother Jerry 



Knight was elected to rule as "King" at the 
sister sorority's "Sweetheart Ball" and Jean 
Bonafield of Sigma Iota Chi was elected by 
the fraternity as the "Queen." 

Phi Sigma Nu held a number of informal 
parties during the year, entertaining the 
pledges, members of Sigma Iota Chi and oth- 
ers. The fraternity also was well represented 
in all campus activities and developed a series 
of programs for the benefit of the members. 

At the end of the year a fraternity picnic 
was held, and the annual banquet honoring 
the sophomore members of the fraternity 
closed out the year's activities. 

Phi Sigma Nu demands high moral stand- 
ards, individual development of character and 
leadership and scholastic achievement of its 
members, and encourages interest and par- 
ticipation in campus activities and fosters 
college spirit. 



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POTOMAC STATE PLAYERS 




Taking a Curtain Call. 



Players, organized in 1919 on the Potomac 
State College campus, holds the distinction 
of being the oldest cultural organization at 
Potomac State. Whether they have been 
members of the National Thespian Society 
in high school, or are just becoming inter- 
ested in dramatics, the members of Players 
receive training in every aspect of the the- 
ater, from acting to set construction, lighting 
techniques and the art of stage make-up. 

This year, in addition to the annual Spring 
production of a three-act play, the Players 
presented a one-act comedy, Hold Everything, 
in the early weeks of the second semester. In 
contrast to the light air of their winter pro- 
duction, the group chose Richard Reich's A 



House Without Windows, a mystery-drama, 
for their three-act, Spring presentation. 

Membership in Delta Psi Omega, national 
dramatic honorary society, is awarded each 
year to members of Players who have done 
outstanding work, and have made valuable 
contributions to the organization. Election 
to the society is not automatic, however, up- 
on the accumulation of the one hundred 
points necessary for consideration ; candi- 
dates must meet local and national require- 
ments for election, as Delta Psi Omega is a 
fraternity which gives recognition only to 
members of dramatic organizations who excel 
in the theater. 




Mr. Jasper Morris 

Sponsor 



OFFICERS 

President Susan B. Sadtler 

Vice-President Beulah G. Likin 

Secretary-Treas Mary Chapman 



MEMBERS 



Page Adams 
Thomas Baber 
Stephen Bennett 
Mary Chapman 
Wendie Corbin 
Deborah Davis 
Mary Dawson 
Patricia Hanlin 



Beulah Likin 
Judith Mokosh 
Walter Pennino 
Catherine Riedel 
Susan Sadtler 
Joseph Strange 
Carole Tasker 
Blanche Turner 



SPORTS 




"That's it, Dave, Knock it Our Way." 



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POTOMAC STATE 

CATAMOUNTS 

FOOTBALL 

1 963 SEASON 



Coach 
Dana Lough 

Coach Dana G. Lough's Catamounts completed the season with a record 
of 2-6 as they emerged victorious only on Homecoming Day and Parent's 
Day. 

The Potomac State Blue and Gold started off their season by traveling 
to Glenville where they were defeated by the Glenville Pioneers 26-7 
Catamount, Robert Lawson crossed the goal for the Potomac TD and 
Charles Reese converted for the extra point. 

The Loughmen chalked up their second loss of the season as Chowan 
Junior College of Murfreesboro, N. C, defeated the Potomac Eleven in a 
6-0 pigskin tally. 

Shepherd College's Rams handed the Cats their third defeat as they swept 
over the Blue and Gold in a 27-7 battle at Staymen Field. Pat Sherman 
plunged over the goal for the Potomac TD while Nick Lapcevic made the 
extra point. 

Again the Loughmen went to the road only to be defeated by Ferrum 
Junior College of Roanoke, Va., 13-9 in a heartbreaking gridiron tally 
which continued their jinx to four straight loses. 

On Homecoming Day the Potomac Blue and Gold broke their losing 
streak by defeating Montgomery Junior College in a 20-12 tally at Stay- 
men field. Scoring for the Cats were Bob Lawson, Harry Wilson, Bob 
Thorn, and Bob Diaco while Nick Lapcevic converted the extra points. 

Bad luck again plagued the Loughmen as they traveled to Dover, Del., 
tally at Staymen Field to end the 1962 Football season. 

The Cats returned home only to find that "Lady Luck" was still against 
them as they knuckled under to the Frostburg Bobcats in their sixth de- 
feat of the season, 21-13. 

The hard-luck Loughmen moved into the winner's circle for the second 
time by defeating Baltimore Junior College, 33-24 in a heated Parent's Day 
tally at Stayman Field to end the 1962 Football season. 



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L. Dinicola 


J. Kuzmiak 


D. Lough 


J. Shaffer 


F. Kroll 


A. Spagnola 


M. April 


J. Bianconi 


R. Diaco 


C. Washington 


C. Gaujot 


D. Delich 


J. Castelli 


G. Keen 


K. Cuprik 


A. Bittner 


M. Bean 


W. Karnis 


B. Holcomb 


R. Coates 


D. Whitzell 


P. Jenkins 


L. Lyons 


C. Reese 


S. Kolodziejski 


R. Alkire 


G. Knotts 


D. Smith 


P. Park 


K. Ryan 


R. Thorne 


S. Dudd 


G. Ketchem 


A. Dewey 


D. Cutlip 


E. Hawkins 


D. Rawlings 


G. Ferguson 


N. Lapcevic 


W. Jennewine 


N. Accamando 


W. LaMay 


R. Pirozzi 


H. Wilson 


V. Kirk 


D. Lawson 


M. Myers 


P. Sherman 


F. Coda 


M. Zontanos 


C. Miller 


R. Lawson 


N. Pingley 


C. Montgomery 


G. Shipley 


P. Rawlings 


R. Lonergan 


J. Hodges 


J. Fox 


R. Hartnett 


J. Leatherman 


E. Miers 


J. Strange 
SCORES 


W. Masden 


Potomac State 






Opponent 


7 




Glenville 


26 







Chowan 


6 


7 




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27 


9 




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13 


20 




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21 


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BASKETBALL- 1 962- 1 963 



The 1962-63 Catamount Cagers, victim of a number of close games, 
wound up their regular season with a record of 13-10, with one game 
called because of bad weather. 

Overall, the Cats had a good season as six men returned to handle 
the ball for Coach Dana G. "Horse" Lough. Veteran Sophomores were 
Jim Courrier, Jim Carpenter, Dave Felton, Wayne Hawk, Stanly Kolod- 
zieski, and Norman Pingley. Also a sophomore was Don Shields who was 
added to the Potomac Five for the first time. 

The season began with a bang as the Loughmen defeated Altoona Junior 
College by an overwhelming score of 103-64 on the home court December 
1. With victory in their eyes, the Loughmen met the Frostburg Bobcats 
only to be defeated in a 72-66 thriller. On December 8 the Cats gained 
revenge as they defeated Hagerstown 93-73 for their second win of the 
season. 

With a 2-1 record the Catamounts traveled to Johnstown, Pa., to defeat 
the Pennsylvanians in a 66-63 tally. On December 14 the Potomac Five 
returned to the home court where they were victorious over Prince George 
College 68-65. Defeat plagued the Cats as they traveled to Frostburg, 
Md., to be defeated by the Bobcats in a 83-64 bout. 

The jinx continued to follow the Cats as they fell victim of Montgomery 
College in a 94-85 tally. The loughmen ended their losing streak by meet- 
ing Catonsville College in a 105-44 romp. Returning home the Cats de- 
feated Shepherd College in an 84-74 tally. Still on the home court the 
Loughmen overturned Allegheny College 87-65 on January 16 and Johns- 
town, for the second time, 75-61 on January 19. 

With the record at 8-3 the Catamounts traveled to Altoona to fall 
victim to the Pennsylvanians in a 58-60 thriller. Bad luck stayed with the 
Catamounts as they fell to Shenandoah College as the Virginians turned 
them over in a close game of 83-81. 

Home again on January 31 the Potomac team brought their record 
up by defeating Charles College 78-73 and St. Marys 79-35 on February 
1. Hitting the road the Cats again defeated Hagerstown in a 90-79 tally. 
Bad luck struck again as the Cats traveled to Shepherdstown to be romped 
by the Shepherd team in a 116-69 romp. 

The Cats remained on the road to defeat Allegheny 96-76 to bring their 
record up to 12-6. Returning home for the last time the Cats romped 
over Point College of Pittsburgh 75-42 in a thrilling fast-moving game. 

A road trip to Dover, Del., Bainbridge, Md., and Baltimore, Md., proved 
disasterous to the home team. Starting the trip, the Cats fell to Wesley 
College 77-72 on February 14. The following day the Cats fell to Bain- 
bridge Naval Academy 77-63. Stopping at Baltimore on February 16 
the Loughmen fell victim of Baltimore College in a 82-63 bout. 

The Cats returned home with a 13-9 record and awaited the arrival 
of Shenandoah College, February 19, but bad weather forced the game 
to be called. 

Potomac State College basketball season came to an abrupt end at 
Suitland, Maryland, where Montgomery College handed the Cats a 97-89 
defeat during the opening round of the Tri-State Junior College Con- 
ference Tourney and stopped the Cats bid for a third tourney title. 

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BASKETBALL SCORES 



Potomac Opponent 

103 Altoona 64 

66 Frostburg 72 

93 Hagerstown 73 

66 Johnstown 63 

68 Prince George 65 

64 Frostburg 83 

85 Montgomery 94 

105 Catonsville 44 

84 Shepherd 74 

87 Alllegheny 16 

75 Johnstown 61 

58 Altoona 60 



Potomac Opponent 

81 Shenandoah 83 

78 Charles 73 

79 St. Marys 35 

90 Hagerstown 79 

69 Shepherd 116 

96 Allegheny 76 

75 Point 42 

72 Wesley 77 

63 Bainbridge 77 

63 Baltimore 82 

Shenandoah 
(Game Called) 



TRI-STATE TOURNAMENTS 

February 22 
1st Round Potomac 89 
Montgomery 97 





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EXTRA CURRICULAR AND 




Potomac State Cross Country Team 




Hugh Hollingsworth — Champ in PSC and' Allegheny City College Match 




Intramural Bowling Teams Begin Their Season 



INTRAMURAL SPORTS 



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Campus Intramural Basketball Game 








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Intramural Volley Ball Champions 




POTOMAC STATE STILL PROUDLY MARCHES FORWARD 



POTOMAC STATE COLLEGE 
OF WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

A JUNIOR COLLEGE FULLY ACCREDITED 



Offering Courses in Arts and Sciences, Pre-Law, Pre- Education, 
Commerce and Business Administration, Home Economics, 
Agriculture, Engineering, Music, Pre-Dental, Pre-Medical 



SENSIBLE ACADEMIC STANDARDS 

A Well- Planned Social and Physical Program 
Intelligent Attention to the Problems of the Individual Student 



REASONABLE COST 

A WEST VIRGINIA INSTITUTION IN KEYSER 

Summer Term: June 10 - July 13, July 15 - August 17 
Fall Term: September 8 

E. E. CHURCH, President 




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TRI STATE FABRIC 
CENTER 

Everything for 

the woman 

who sews 

Keyser, West Virginia 



KEYSER MUSIC CENTER 

60 No. Main Street 

# Pianos - Organs # 

by Baldwin ; Kimball ; Thomas 

and Cable 

Local Financing Available 
SUnset 8-1449 — Keyser, W. Va. 



GARDNER HARDWARE 

Retail Hardware 

40 N. Main Street 

Phone SU 4-6041 

Keyser, West Virginia 



McCOOLE'S MEN'S STORE 

23 Armstrong Street 
Keyser, West Virginia 



Compliments 
of 

WESTERN AUTO 

Keyser, West Virginia 



Compliments 
of 

THE ROSEMONT 
RESTAURANT 



17 Armstrong Street 



Keyser, W. Va. 



PATRIOTIC SHOE SHOP 



Reno Calemine, Proprietor 



Compliments 
of 
the 

BLUE JAY RESTAURANT 



132 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 



POTOMAC VALLEY HOSPITAL 



KEYSER, 

WEST VIRGINIA 



PILLIAM MUSIC SERVICE, II. 

RCA WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCE 
RCA TELEVISION, RADIO, PHONO 

Television and Appliances 

Records, Phonographs 

Radios, Repairs 

Sales and Service 
Main at Mozelle Street 

Keyser, West Virginia SU 8-3241 



133 



It takes 

QUALITY TIMBER 

to produce 
FINE PAPER 




The Virginia pine shown above is one that has qualified as a superior 
seed tree after meeting certain tests in the field and in the laboratory. 
This is one of the first steps in obtaining certified seed for growing trees 
which will give quality in the same light as certified grain seeds. On 
the Luke Timberlands in West Virginia, extensive research is being 
done in Forest Management to help West Virginia land owners and 
timber operators to produce more and better timber from their land. 




West Virginia 
Pulp and Paper 



134 



SHERMAN'S SUNOCO 
SERVICE 

220 Armstrong Street Phone SU 8-3511 
Keyser, West Virginia 

Auto And Truck Servicing And 

Tire Repair 

Minor Repairs & Tuneup 

Washing and Greasing 

We Give S and H Stamps 



SHINAMON'S 

Beautiful Shoes 
Cumberland, Md. 



Quality Jewelry 

RAY'S JEWELRY 

103 Baltimore St., 
Cumberland, Md. 



ROUND 


HOUSE 


INN 


315 W. 


Piedmont 


3t, 


Key.' 


?er, W. Va. 




OPEN 24 


HOURS A 


DAY 



POTOMAC FARMS DAIRY 

236 South Water St., 
Keyser, W. Va. 



HOUSER'S 


T.V. 


SALES 


Zenith 




Admiral 


Philco 




Westinghouse 


Romney, W. 


Va. 




Phone 202 



Compliments 
of 

SIRNA'S MARKET 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 



HOMAN LUMBER, INC. 

Lumber And Building Supplies 

So. Main & Chestnut Streets 
Phone 784-7741 Keyser, W. Va. 



135 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



THE NATIONAL BAM OF KEYSER 



"The Friendly Bank" 




Member 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



136 



MARKLE'S MARKET 

Quality Foods 

at 

Reasonable Prices 

SU. 4-9231 

95 No. Water Street 

Keyser, W. Va. 




osenbaum's 



Established 1848 

'Cumberland's Foremost 
Department Store" 



Keyser Television 



Community Antenna System 



KEYSER TELEVISION COMPANY, INC. 



"THEY SHRUNK 
MY PANTS AGAIN! 

"Think I'll discover 
Electric Dryers!" 




POTOAAAC LIGHT & POWER COMPANY 



137 



"SHOP— MURPHY'S" 






Your Complete Variety Store 






Suggestions for the Student 






School Supplies 




Dresses 


Dorm Furnishings 




Sportswear 


Novelties 




Waste Baskets 


Jewelry 




Sweaters 


G. C. MURPHY COMPANY 




The Complete Variety Store 






97-103 N. Main Street Keyser, W. Va. 


Phone SU. 4-1866 







GRAYSON'S 






Complete Line of 
Guns — Ammunition- 
Photographic 


Sporting Goods 
-Fishing Equipment 
Equipment 




2 W. 


Piedmont 


Name Brand 
For All 

Keyser, 


Equipment 
Sports 

Phone 
W. Va. 


784-4521 



WOLF FUMITURE COMPANY 

Best Quality Lowest Prices Easiest Terms 

52 Armstrong Street Keyser, W. Va. 

Wilson Brown, Manager Su.-8-3711 



138 



MEMORIAL HALL -FIRST FLOOR 




"Staunch friends are we, well tried and strong" 

Thaxter 

First Row, L. to R.: "Bill" Evick, "Chuck" Alt, "Bob" Baer, "Jim" Spadafore, "Dave" 
Stalnaker, "Lou" Martino, "Dave" VanZant, "Jerry" Hott. Second Row, L. to R.: 
"Page" Adams, "Wayne" Warder, "Bill" Ashcraft, "Herb" Lambert, "Dave" Noble, 
"Wayne" McClintic, "Paul" Lamm, "Shorty" Boyce. Third Row, L. to R.: "Jim" 
Staub, "Bill" Bingman, "Marty" Bourkland, "Gary" Henshaw, "Ward" Masden, "Jim" 
Rittenhour, "Bill" Milleson, "Roger" Loudin, "Bill" Seckman, "Norman" Bender, 
"Kevin" Ryan, "Bob" Seymour. 



139 



KEYSER TEXACO STATION 



TIRES — BATTERIES — ACCESSORIES 




PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 
SOUTH MINERAL, ROUTE 220, KEYSER, WEST VIRGINIA 







^:M:<;Mim?Uii. 







PHONE 784-2286 
KEYSER TEXACO STATION 



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RELAX AND ENJ©Y 
A 

GOOD MOVIE AT 

THE KEY3ER THEATER 

Main Street 
Keyser, W. Va. 



ROMIG DRUG COMPANY 



The REXALL Store 



Keyser, West Virginia 



Phone SU 8-6506 



LAZARUS 

Cumberland, Md. 



SHOP 

MAURICE'S 
Department Store 

Your one stop shopping center 

with the latest fashions 

for the entire family. 

WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS 

Keyser, W. Va. 



"Foremost in 


Fashion" 




honor's Ladies Wear 




257 Jefferson 


Avenue 




Moundsville, 


W. Va. 




845-2160 Mrs 


Francis Knight, 


845-1636 




Mgr. 



HANNA'S FOOD MARKET 

Stanley Hanna, Owner 

Big Enough to Fill Your 

Needs. Small Enough to 

Appreciate Your Business 

183 W. Piedmont Street 
Keyser, W. Va. 



HI 





Compliments 




of 




BOGGS 


SUPPLY 


COMPANY 




Keyser, W. 


Va. 



CANNON ELECTRIC 

Phone SU. 4-5711 

488 South Main Street 

Keyser, W. Va. 



DAVIS BAKERY 

"Our Best Ads Appears On Our 
Customer's Tables" 

32 Second Street 

Piedmont, W. Va. 

El. 5-8391 



Select Your Graduation 

Gifts Now 

At 

SPEAR'S 
JEWELERS 

62 Baltimore Street 
Cumberland, Md. 

ARTCARVED DIAMONDS 
NATIONALLY FAMOUS WATCHES 



MARTIN'S 



Fashions of Individuality 



Cumberland, Md. 



GOOD CLOTHES 

FOR 
MEN AND BOYS 

AT 
POPULAR PRICES 

BURTON'S 

Cumberland ... La Vale . . . Winchester 



SMITH'S TENDER FEET 
SHOE STORE 

137 Baltimore Street 
Cumberland, Md. 



Compliments 
of 

EBERT'S JEWELRY 

Keyser, W. Va. 



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MEMORIAL HALL — SECOND FLOOR 







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The Twenty One-derfuls 

First Row: L- to R.: "Sam" Kalbaugh, "Glen" Harman, "Harry" Webb, "Skip" Greilich, 
"Jim" Mclntire, "Jerry" Gould, "Bill" Jennewine, "John" Harman. Second Row, L. to 
R.: "Ralph" Baker, "Ross" Cline, "Max" Park, "John" Smith, "Dee" Shields, "John" 
Clay, "Jerry" Knight, "Don" Shaffer, "Harry" Helme, "Bill" Beardslee, "Greg" 
Sligar, "Fred" Kroll, "Link" Thomas. 



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144 



DAVIS HALL -SECOND FLOOR 




First Row: L. to R.: "Lip" Kirk; "Bad Bob" Lawson; "Ape" April; "Doc" Van Am- 
burgh; Gary "Happy Dan" Ambridge; Roy "Rogers" Williams; "Bear" Shipley. 
Second Row: L. to R.: Bob "Dine Dong" Bell; Bill Barelift; Chuck "Sperry" Gross- 
man; Jerry Judy; "Kentucky" Bowman; Joe "The Judge" Marshall; "Red" Moon; 
"Pierre" Gaujot; "Huey" Williams; "Gus" Zontanos; Dave Whitzell. 




First Row: L. to R.: Norman "Gunner" Pingley; "Bones" Barrett; "Soucerhead" 
Reese; "Hustler" Alkire; "Traveler" Hager; "Snuff" Martini; "Traitor" Ketchem. 
Second Row: L. to R.: "Josh" Mcllvaine; Clarence Robinson; M. G. Weaver; "Moose" 
Knotts; Billy "The Kid" Jones; "Butterball" Buterbaugh; "Flash" Neupert; "Shop" 
Parks; "Grundy" Chambers. 

DAVIS HALL -THIRD FLOOR 



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SCRATCH and HAZEL'S 

CHAT and CHEW 
RESTAURANT 



Good Food and 
Friendly Atmosphere 



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Compliments of 

SHEAR'S WOMEN SHOP 

JAY'S SHOE SHOP 
KAPLON'S MEN SHOP 

Keyser, West Virginia 



WILDEMANN'S 

— QUALITY CLEANERS — 

Raymond Stafford, Prop. 

Cleaning — Pressing — Repairing 

54 W. Piedmont St. 



COZY CORNER 

Snack Bar — Confectionery 
Notions — Novelties 

201 South Main 

Keyser 
Dial SU 4-9261 



Compliments of 

KEYSER CANDY 
COMPANY 

Keyser, West Virginia 



Good Food 

means 

Good Health 

Meet your friends 

at 

THE ROYAL 
RESTAURANT 



SHAPIROS STORES 



61 - 63 Armstrong Street 



Keyser, West Virginia 



PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

• Prescriptions 

• Cosmetics 

• Hollingsworth 

Candies 

Main and Armstrong Sts. 
Phone SU 8-5461 



ARMY & NAVY 
DISCOUNT STORES 

73 E. Main St. 

FROSTBURG, MD. 

Phone OVerbrook 9-9402 



69 Armstrong St. 

KEYSER, W. VA. 

Phone SUnset 4-0656 



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Compliments 


of 


A & P MARKETS 


Who have low, low prices 


and 


Plaid Stamps Too 





LEON C. 


HAMMOND AGENCY 




INSURANCE THAT INSURES 


197 Main 


Street 


Phone REdwood 8-9383 




RIDGELEY, W. VA. 



148 



ROMNEY COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, II. 



ROMNEY, WEST VIRGINIA 





Phone: SU 8-1941 




POTOMAC MOTEL 




Keyser, W. Va. 


u. s 


220, 1 Mile South of Keyser 




John Rokisky, Manager 


Electric Heat 


Television 


Air Conditioning 


Wall to Wall Carpet 



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FLOWER SHOP MINNICH'S 

Gas and Electric Appliances 

74 North Main Street 
Keyser, West Virginia 



DAVIDSON'S D & D 
CLEANERS 

Sta-Nu Processing 

for 

Safer, Better Cleaning 

DICK DAVIDSON 
and JIM DASKAL 



PROUD BUILDERS OF OUR NEW DORM 

MELLON-STUART COMPANY 

Contracting Engineers 

210 East Parkway 
Pittsburgh (12) Pa. 



STEM PIT RESTAURANT 



TRY OUR 



STEAKS 



SEA FOOD 



PLATE LUNCHES 



Special Menu For Potomac State Students 



Open 7 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. 
Dolores Yokum, Prop. 



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If it is Insurance 


You 


Want 


Contact 


HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY 


4224 Freedom Way 


Weirton, W. Va. 



Moving? 
Storing? 

Then 

Call 



WEIR-COVE MOVING & STORAGE COMPANY 



4224 Freedom Way 
Weirton, W. Va. 



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PROFESSIONAL PAGE 


* 




ROBERT W. BESS, JR., M. D. 


PAUL T. HEALY, M. D, 


ROBERT W. BESS, SR., M. D. 


THAD T. HUFFMAN, M. D. 


LAWRENCE D. FANTI, D. D. S. 


DONALD L. RISER, D. D. S. 


J. WILLIAM GANNON, JR., D. D. S. 


WILLIAM W. LESH, M. D. 


PAUL F. GIFFIN, D. D. S. 


C. E. MONTGOMERY, D. D. S. 


PHILIP STAGGERS 


M.D. 


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PLEASE PATRONIZE 
OUR ADVERTISERS 



AND SAY 



We read your Ad in the 

1963 CATAMOUNT 



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ANNUAL PARADES 




HOMECOMING PARADE 




VETERANS DAY PARADE 



CAMPUS CANDIDS 





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'Mrs. K, May I Borrow a Key?" 



Honey! This is Costing- Me Money! 





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No Snack for Mac, He's in the Sack! 





"Norman, You Kidding- Me?' 



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"My Boy's Playing, Do I Pay?" 



COURTESY OF JERRY KNIGHT 




'This Will be a Fair Test!' 



Airmail to Florida! 




■X. 



"I Know, but You Goofed on Equations!" 



'You must take the test in class." _ 




"Destroyed another Negative?' 



"Now it's our turn — only a dime. 



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